Drama provides audiences with a second look at issues

– says Sheron Cadogan-Taylor

By Jairo Rodrigues

“I am inspired by love for the arts and I also see drama as a way of speaking out on behalf of persons who do not have a platform or any means to do so. Through the arts, varying ills are portrayed and it gives audiences a mirror by which they can take a second look at issues that they might not have paid any or very little attention to,” Sheron Cadogan-Taylor said in an interview with The Scene.

Sheron was born and raised in Albouystown, a depressed south Georgetown community. She said they were poor but always happy. She enjoyed being sheltered and protected by her mother, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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