Sasha Edwards

I am very excited about something like this, especially being an artiste in Tobago. I can now be aware of opportunities in my area that happens in Trinidad

Janine Charles Farray

The Performing Arts Network of Trinidad and Tobago has become an invaluable part of the T&T and Regional Theatre and performing arts landscape. It is the digital beacon leading the way into the future of a more unified and collaborative Creative Caribbean community.

Zayna Marie McDonald

Honestly one of the easiest ways to find out about auditions, opportunities and events. I’ve depended on this place for information from the very start and it’s only gotten more and more reliable

Soraya Moolchan

The Trinidad and Tobago Performing Arts Network is the only one of its kind that I’ve seen locally. Their consistent updates show that they are dedicated to the local craft and their contributions are definitely useful. They help move our industry forward and encourage local productions. The website, Theatre Buzz Callboard, has been extremely useful for my classmates and me with our productions and I encourage other young filmmakers and actors to sign up and use it as it is FREE. I’ve met some great talent through it. They are quick to respond as well. The website could do with a bit of a design update but that is just knit picking since it has wonderful functionality.