Positive Vibe

A new production company that encompasses film, theatre, photography, and image building for potential stars has opened its doors.

Playwright Patricia Nesbitt, videographer Rosheena Beek and choreographer Michelle Laylor are the key players behind The Four Women Production House – they cite God as the fourth member.

Their focus is talented women. The group believes that a society with mentally, physically, and spiritually balanced females works well.

  • <B>Balanced approach:</B> Rosheena Beak (left), Patricia Nesbitt (centre) and Michelle Laylor (right) are the key players behind The Four Women Production House and they cite God as the fourth member. Their focus is on talented women.

    Balanced approach: Rosheena Beak (left), Patricia Nesbitt (centre) and Michelle Laylor (right) are the key players behind The Four Women Production House and they cite God as the fourth member. Their focus is on talented women.


A new production company that encompasses film, theatre, photography, and image building for potential stars has opened its doors.

Playwright Patricia Nesbitt, videographer Rosheena Beek and choreographer Michelle Laylor are the key players behind The Four Women Production House – they cite God as the fourth member.

Their focus is talented women. The group believes that a society with mentally, physically, and spiritually balanced females works well.

"This is not to negate or leave out men," said Miss Laylor, "but we find that a lot of women are hurting and they need something positive to help lift up their spirits.

"I believe that spirit wants to express itself, be it one way or the other. In this society, we used to celebrate the culture of Bermuda. We used to express ourselves through song, dance, art – be it visual or fine art – and right now the focus seems to be business. So it is out of balance, we definitely need the arts."

One of the organisation's first ventures was grooming local singer Twanée Butterfield for her album launch.

"We had seen Twanée at an event and we were talking about how she needed to create an image so that when she went overseas there was something about her that was an attention getter," explained Mrs. Nesbitt.

"Michelle had the opportunity to work on her choreography and Rosheena filmed the process – when she talks to a producer she can just slip the DVD in."

The idea is to develop into an international company with a focus on training and developing performing artists for a professional market.

Upcoming events include the DVD release of 'The Wedding' – the final play in Mrs. Nesbitt's 'Pastor Will You Marry Me' trilogy – and a summer programme based in Atlanta, for teens interested in the performing arts.

For more information send an e-mail: fourwomenproductionhouse@gmail.com.

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