TROIKA Bermuda Invited to Perform “SARAFINA” at International Black Theatre Festival.

[Hamilton, Bermuda: 22nd April 2024] – TROIKA Bermuda is excited to share that we’ve been invited to perform the iconic musical “SARAFINA” at the esteemed International Black Theatre Festival. This opportunity showcases our local talent and Bermuda’s cultural richness on a global stage.

The festival, renowned for celebrating African-American theatre, offers a platform for artists worldwide. We’re honoured to be among the select few invited to participate in this prestigious event.

This invitation speaks to the dedication of our cast, crew, and supporters, including the Bermudian community who embraced our original “SARAFINA” performances. Their support has propelled us to new heights, and we’re grateful for their unwavering encouragement.

Participating in the festival not only elevates TROIKA Bermuda’s profile globally but also provides invaluable opportunities for our performers. It’s an honour to represent Bermuda and share our cultural perspective with diverse audiences.

We’ll be performing “SARAFINA” at The Gerald Freedman Theatre, UNCSA, for four captivating performances on July 30th to July 31st.

To bring this production to life, we need your support. Join us in making this opportunity a reality by contributing to cover production costs, travel expenses, and other requirements.

With your support, TROIKA Bermuda will shine on the international stage, showcasing the talent and creativity that makes our island home special. Let’s celebrate this achievement together and continue inspiring audiences worldwide.

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About Us

We’re a leading performing arts organization dedicated to promoting Bermudian talent and culture through high-quality theatrical productions. Since our founding in 2009, we’ve earned acclaim for our innovative performances and commitment to excellence in the arts.