Galerie d'Honneur -1

  
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“Les Gardiens de Notre Culture Haïtienne”

Ils étaient et ils sont nombreux, ceux qui, dans leur discipline respective, ont contribué à la création et à l’embellissement de la culture extraordinaire d'Ayiti.  Ou bien encore, de part leurs exploits positifs à travers le monde, ils ont rehaussé notre prestige de peuple brillant. Il est extrêmement important dans la société Haïtienne que nos progénitures apprennent à connaître et à respecter le profil, les sacrifices,  et  œuvres ingénieuses de ceux qui leur ont donné un pays, de ceux qui leur ont légué en héritage une culture d’appartenance, et même de ceux qui font leur gloire en dehors d’Ayiti.  C’est, en effet, leur seul garanti pour les éviter de tomber dans les oubliettes de l'Histoire des Sociétés Humaines.

Tout gouvernement conscient et responsable  doit faire comprendre la nécessité,  l’importance, et la valeur de la culture de son peuple, et l'obligation de confier à un organisme compétent la charge de cette tache éminente qu'est la sauvegarde de la culture nationale. Pour combler cette défaillance,

The Bob Lapierre Theatre Company

 

sans prétention et sans arrogance, se fait le devoir de faire connaìtre les innovateurs véritables dans une

- GALERIE D'HONNEUR -


ISA EL  SAHE
(
SAX ALTO- CLARINETTE-1950
)   

Isa was the kernel from which stemmed all other cobs

who now cover the field.

ROBERT MARTINEAU
(ELECTRIC GUITAR
-1960)

No other Ayitian artist's work, in the history of Ayitian Music, is more copied internationally for his style on the electric guitar than Robert's. . .  His clout and influence has spread beyond the frontiers of Ayiti, where many generations of musicians, including his own offspring, linger under his spell.  He is unarguably Ayiti’s prime treasure: a genius in his own discipline.

     RENE Jn-PIERRE AUDAIN (THESPIAN-1950)     

The father of the Ayitian Theatre in the Diaspora

 

FRANTZ (KIKI) WAINWRIGHT

(ACTOR-POET-1960)
He gave us some of the most beautiful melodies to remember:"Haiti Terre de Soleil," and memories to linger by, "23 Nεg Vanyan." He was superb in his acting role of Bob Lapierre's classic:   "Reclaiming Choukoun" 
Charles Alexis Oswald Durand (1840-1906)
our national bard and the authentic author of "Choukoun" (Yellow bird)

  RAYMOND CAJUSTE (VOCAL-1970)

Among all Ayiti's male vocalists, Raymond outcrop. He is prime.

 

 

JOSSELINE CHARLES (ACTOR-1960)
The Queen of the Ayitian stage

MARTHA Jn-CLAUDE (VOCAL-1950)
On her back, Martha alone carried our culture in Cuba and South America.  Our culture is not motherless.


TOTO BISSAINTHE (1950)
On her back, Toto alone carried our culture in Europe.  Our culture is not God-motherless.

CAROLE DEMESMIN (VOCAL-1970)
The Diva


ERTHA PASCAL TROUILLOT
First Ayitian Female President

 

YVETTE LEBLANC (VOCAL-1970)
The Opera Sensation

Michael Jean (Canadian Governor)
The pride of her ancestors



Queen Anakawona (First Ayitian)
She was the first known Ayitian Sanba (Poetesse)

(Artist Conception -BL)

© 2001 - The Bob Lapierre Theatre Company, Inc.
Owner's permission is required for use of this picture


Saroj Bertin

(Miss Haiti Universe 2005)

The pride of Ayiti

(Click on Saroj's Picture)

Claudinette Fouchard
(
Sugar Queen 1960)
 
Caribbean Pride

(Click on Claudinette's Picture)







Jennifer Lovelace

(Miss Ayiti International 2010)

The pride of Little Ayiti, Mia

Marjorie Vincent
(
Miss America 1991)
The pride of the Diaspora

(Click on Marjorie's Picture)






Farah Juste

La Reine Soleil

Superstar-Activist

 "À Coeur vaillant, rien d'impossible".
No one I know deserves more of our respect than Farah Juste,” the star-producer.
Just as did the Medici family, who rescued the arts in Italy[1], Farah’s name is forever engraved in the history of the Ayitian Theatre.  The Ayitian marvel play, "Reclaiming Choukoun," for example, probably would not have been executed any sooner without her will and tenacity.  Farah, the activist, is our great lady of culture.

    Mwen pa vrèman konnen yon lòt Ayisyen ki, avèk tout kè li, tout nanm li, fè efò ak sakrifis Farah Juste
fè pou li ede kenbe ak pouse kilti peyi Ayiti.  Pafwa, apre dans, tanbou konn lou, men se Laplas yo sèlman ki konn konnen. Apre sa, se plenn nan kè, paske pa vrèman gen sipò, pa vrèman gen pwodisè Ayisyen.  Malgre tou, fòk tout atis ki benefisye kouraj li ta yomenm gen kouraj pou yo di li mèsi.  Farah pote anpil nan yo sou do li. Li bay anpil gwo ak ti atis chans yo. Farah se yon fanm Ayisyen ki gen volonte, li se yon Zetwal ki chaje ak klas, kouraj, e ki merite respè avèk admirasyon tout Ayisyen alawonnbadè. Kite m pwofte fè nou konprann:
Si peyi Ayiti te genyen senk ti Farah, ki te konprann nesesite ak valè kilti yon pèp, eskanp figi nou ta leve!

[1] During the Medici’s rule in Florence, the City became the cultural center of Europe and the cradle of the new Humanism. (to find out more, you can go on the attached address: http://galileo.rice.edu/gal/medici.html)

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