We said it before, and we’ll say it again.

We need a theatre space. It’s impossible to plan, rehearse, and produce new work when we’re dependent on rental spaces that are (a) expensive and (b) oddly booked (i.e. one day a week, and usually the most important day).

We’ve been looking for possible spaces, and we think we’ve found one. We’ve made it our goal for this year (2009) to make it happen. The space needs work, but the landlord is amenable, and we are cautiously optimistic.

And so we’re setting up this page to provide updates on the status of our theatre, what we’re doing, and where and when to find us there.

Watch this space.

3 Responses to “Theatre”

  1. on 12 Oct 2009 at 9:41 pm Nicole Fair Bhatti


    Let me know how things are progressing. I’d like to take a look at the theatre space in the near future.

    To keep the momentum going I would really like to be involved with a group of actors who get together to read plays on a regular basis – whether in preparation for a performance piece or simply to broaden our exposure to different ‘schools’ of dramatic expression – classical vs modern vs experimental etc. We could take turns hosting the readings or perhaps utilise the Hub space.

    Congratulations. The whole Ringplay team should be commended,
    showers of accolades bestowed upon you, for what was a pioneer event, what will become, I have no doubt, a permanent star in the artscape of the Bahamas. I see this Festival like an engine driving us forward theatrically speaking – an eight days so powerful that it will inspire artists here and abroad throughout the year. The gathering of so many artists together was in itself a landmark in my experience of theatrical arts in the Bahamas.

    Look forward to hearing from you,


  2. on 13 Oct 2009 at 12:53 am Ringplay

    Will do. Sorry to take so long to approve this comment!

  3. on 31 Aug 2011 at 12:16 pm Shugga

    Is the dream still ALIVE?

    are you still doing Theater?

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