TRINIDAD THEATRE WORKSHOP - DOCUMENT ARCHIVE
1966 - Belle Fanto Programme Notes
1967 - Toronto Centennial / Inaugural Caribana flyer/programme.
"During the final Saturday and Sunday of the event, the Trinidad Theatre Workshop performed at the Central Library's theatre; founder Derek Walcott would earn a Nobel Prize in 1992. The troupe came for free, with only airfare, room, and board covered, to perform the world premiere of Walcott's play "Dream on Monkey Mountain", and two one act plays the following night, "Albee's Zoo Story" and "Walcott's Journard: A Comedy Until the Last Minute". The group had performed in open air, as Caribana organizers had provided, but the plays were drowned out by crowd noise. The library was arranged at the last minute." (From Wikipeadia)
1989 - Notebook of minutes of meetings that took place when the company regrouped.
1999 - TTW's 40th Anniversary Gala Programme
Playbill for "FOOL FOR LOVE" (2014)
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