CAPSTONE Thesis 2018
CAPSTONE THESIS End of Year Productions of the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination.
Thursday MAY 17th and Friday MAY 18th, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Walcott Warner Theatre
Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination

Admission is Free!
The Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination is pleased to announce the staging of the Capstone Thesis Presentations of the graduating class of 2018.

Presenting original creative work in theatre, film and dance by Capstone Students; Myekelti Clarke, Leighanne Charles, Courtney Walker, Aaron Greenidge and Robert Norville. 
  • Myekelti Clarke’s Round 1 is a 15 minute theatrical production which explores the pros and cons of gaming and its impact on the lives of those involved in it.
  • Leighanne Charles Capstone: Drag Yuh Bow, Mr. Fiddler is a 30 minute stage play which explores the dying history and culture of Tobago.
  • Courtney Walker Capstone: Mental Health: Taboo, Stigma, Curse?, is a 20 minute expressive dance project which highlights the stigma surrounding mental health in Barbados.
  •  Aaron Greenidge Capstone: The Fight To Be Is an 18 minute documentary in which two transgender females tell their stories of early childhood and discrimination with the hope that Barbados will accept their identity.
  • Robert Norville’s Capstone: Pain, Persistence and Passion is a documentary which explores skateboarding in Barbados. It is 18:43 seconds in length.

CAPSTONE Thesis is the final year study of students of the BFA Creative Arts. As all degree programmes, a thesis is the culmination and application of academic enquiry into a subject area; however, in lieu the creative arts study is one of a more practice-led investigation to allow for the conceptualisation of a Creative Piece.


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