For Tashandra Inniss its theatre ‘till death’

Tashandra Inniss is the kind of person who never gives up on her passion. For her, the stage is her life, her language, her future. “Theatre is life. I love it. To be on stage helps you to express your feelings through… the movements of your body and facial expressions, it is body language and body art,” she said during an interview this week with The Scene.


Tashandra Inniss poses with mentor Ron Robinson

Her play, Till Death, had stormed away with four 2012 National Drama Festival Awards including the Best Original Guyanese Play and Best production. Kijana Lewis was awarded Best Actor and Clemencio Goddette,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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