SiP Blog was able to interview another of October's performers: Mr. Ken Corsbie, a theatre veteran who hails from Guyana! Mr. Corsbie brings a mixture of forms to his performances that we will all enjoy.
SiPB: How did you become involved with Shakespeare in Paradise?
Ken Corsbie: By coincidences, happenstances, luck..
Check Star 106.5 FM tomorrow, Thursday August 27th, when Tony and Greg will talk about SHAKESPEARE IN PARADISE with Nicolette Bethel
and Philip Burrows during the "Morning Express".
Tune in and be informed!
We got a phonecall from Island FM inviting the president of Shakespeare in Paradise, Nicolette Bethel
, to appear on "The Morning Boil" after the news on Thursday August 20.
Shakespeare in Paradise isn't the only topic of conversation, but it'll be one of the things we're talking about. So why not tune in?
Tomorrow. After the ...
Shakespeare in Paradise Blog had a chance to ask Tempest co-director Craig Pinder a few questions in regards to the upcoming production. Here's the Q & A:
SiPB: How and why did you become involved in Shakespeare in Paradise?
Craig Pinder: I saw the announcement of 'Shakespeare in Paradise' on Facebook and immediately ...