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EMA Youth Ambassadors host Eco Concert
The EMA Youth Ambassadors had a resounding success with their first ever Eco Concert in Trinidad and Tobago. The concert, entitled Orient My Generation (OMG), was held at Queen’s Hall, Port-of-Spain on Saturday 4th February. It featured many skits, plays and songs that all reflected sentiments and issues of a changing environment. The production also featured Soca celebrity host, Super Jigga T.C. As a proud EMA Youth Ambassador, I can say that it was undoubtedly a great show that featured many theatrical concepts as well as current environmental issues. Forestry, littering, flooding and adapting to greener lifestyles were just some of the central themes for the many short plays in the concert. I was privileged enough to do a monologue and chose to perform ‘Harry D Hunter’. A seemingly older character, who is as vibrant as any young individual and tries his best to educate himself on issues surrounding the forests. Harry is not a selfish person, and thus shares his ‘wealth’ of information to a listening audience. He does so creatively and usually sings parodies of popular Soca songs to make his delivery as entertaining and educational as possible.
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