Melissa King blossoms and takes National Drama Award

“Drama is a flower that can only bloom with happiness, patience and dedication,” at least that is how Melissa King, writer, poet and now winner of the 2013 National Drama Festival’s Best Actress Award in the Full Length category sees it.

She has been accredited the award for her outstanding role in Ronald Hollingsworth’s Watch de Ride 2 – Justice a sequel to Watch de Ride, which was also directed by Hollingsworth and Sheron Cadogan-Taylor. The play took the spotlight at the award ceremony and Melissa shared in that spotlight.

For her, the award is: “A really good, a great accomplishment for me, especially because of the fact that I really challenged myself in …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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