THEATRE ARTS CSEC WITH MUSTARDSEED

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We have offered and taught this course since 2012 to students desirous of pursuing their CSEC in Theatre Arts in one year. While it is an intense year, students have fun discovering, learning and flexing their stagecraft skills. Our track record of 100% passes speaks for itself with 4 consecutive years... ReadMore

WHERE IS KICK? @ EBCCI, February 9 & 10, 2019

Another Youth Theatre Ensemble Performance!! ‘Where is Kick?’ is a Caribbean play written and directed by Luci Hammons. Set in Barbados in present time, the play tackles issues of adolescent mental illness, and its perception throughout society. Themes such as friendship, personal isolation, prejudice, love and survival are used to... ReadMore

DUELLING VOICES coming soon at the DAPHNE JOSEPH HACKETT THEATRE

In the confines of an unsupervised classroom, with nothing to do, students play a confrontational game of dialogue, call, response and heated repartee. This develops into an intense exploration which eventually reveals one of the most pressing and prevalent issues concerning adolescent sexuality. Written by Zeno Obi Constance the Trinidadian... ReadMore

Mustardseed Staff Meeting – Term 1, 2016

Mustardssed's teaching staff got together this term at our new office in REGUS One Welches, St. Thomas. It was a fun and productive meeting where we discussed the following agenda items:   Class and individual progress so far in the term - including challenges and ‘cheering’ moments Each teacher reported... ReadMore

THEATRE FOR LIFE: Reflections on Theatre Arts CSEC 2014/15 – Before the Results

  The Theatre Arts CSEC themed by us at Mustardseed ‘THEATRE FOR LIFE’ took place over the course of approximately 9-months. The course was designed to expose students to principal element s of drama and Theatre Arts as well as to foster students’ appreciation of the study of Theatre Arts... ReadMore

Mustardseed TV Campaign – Help us to Raise Funds for this Project

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The Mustardseed TV initiative is an effort to continue our work of using drama and theatre techniques to tell local stories, showcase Caribbean cultural forms and investigate current affairs, while encouraging healthy social behaviors, reaching a much wider audience and touching the lives of more Barbadian and Caribbean children.  ... ReadMore

The Dramatic Child – Is your child a drama Queen/King?

Do you have a drama queen or king on your hands? Do you wonder sometimes where all the expression, gestures and antics come from? Here are 5 suggestions which might help you get through some of ‘the drama’ and channel some that creative energy: (more…) ReadMore