Noel Arthur

In advance of his ground-breaking Trinbago Actors Workshop on Saturday, September 22, California-based Trinbagonian actor Noel Arthur has launched an informative, engaging and (perhaps, most importantly) free-of-charge boot camp series inside the TriniLevelUp Group on Facebook.

Arthur is scheduled to return to Trinidad next month to host a one-day workshop at the Trinidad Theatre Workshop building in St Clair as part of the 2018 trinidad + tobago film festival (ttff). He hosted a live Q&A session on Sunday, August 26 on Facebook.

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