Celebration of the Word

The Caribbean Cultural Theatre presents:  “Celebration of the Word,” an evening featuring eleven Caribbean storytellers.


Sunday, June 12, 2011
St Francis College, 182 Remsen Street, Brooklyn NY

For more information, please see flyer below.

Celebration of the Word
 Eleven storytellers, novelists, poets & spoken word artists  an evening of  letters, lyrics and ol’ talk

from seven countries in  

Robert Antoni  


Cheryl Boyce Taylor  

(Trinidad & Tobago)

Merle Collins  


Jacinth Henry-Martin  

(St. Kitts-Nevis)

Marlon James  


Anton Nimblett  

(Trinidad & Tobago)

Elizabeth Nunez  

(Trinidad & Tobago)

Ras Oosagefo  


Yolaine St. Fort  


Everton Sylvester  


Tiphanie Yanique  

(Virgin Islands)

Poets & Passion – A Caribbean Literary Lime

5 Years – Tellin We Own Story

Honorary Benefit Chairperson

Hon. Una Clarke


State Senator Keven Parker     Assembly Member N. Nick Perry     Council Member Mathieu Eugene 



Donna Primus Fleming – former Director, Caribbean Literary & Cultural Center – Brooklyn Public Library

Christopher Gibbons – former Director, Office of Special Events, St Francis College

Clover Hall, Ed.D. – Vice President, Institutional Research & Academic Planning, St. John’s University

 Sunday, June 12, 2011.  5:00PM


St. Francis College

182 Remsen Street (between Clinton & Court Sts), Brooklyn, NY 11217




Caribbean Cultural Theatre: 718-783-8345 / 917-202-0696 / 646-626-9412 / 718-462-6508
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Poets & Passions was designed for lovers of the magic of the written word. The program is a mix of literary salon with critically acclaimed, award-winning featured writers, emerging talents, open mic performances, electrifying spoken word artists and stimulating discussion that positions the writer’s work as part of a larger conversation on identity, aspiration, heritage and the immigrant experience. 
Caribbean Cultural Theatre is a theatrical immersion experience presenting the work of Caribbean based and/or influenced writers, performers and other practitioners that both entertains and enlightens, and honours a balanced rendering of Caribbean culture and the Caribbean-American experience.The Caribbean Cultural Theatre is a registered 501-c-3 tax exempt organization.  All contributions are tax deductible to the extent permitted by applicable laws.    
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