Abeo Jackson

Public Relations Officer

Abeo Jackson is a multi-disciplined artist from Trinidad and Tobago interested and engaged in ongoing #JametteDiscourse and the deconstruction of toxic capitalist establishment, while further exploring the underpinnings of art as advocacy. She is an Actor, Acting Coach, Writer, Dancer, Choreographer, Radio and Television Host, Creative Producer as well as a Theatre Producer.

Theatre Producer and actor in hit local Trinidad and Tobago plays "50 Shades of Gravy", "Peepshow", "Act like a Lady, Think like a Ho" and "Man Cyah Take Horn", recipient of the Coco Dance Festival 2016 Maverick Award, as well as a past National Youth Award winner in the sphere of Culture, Abeo is no stranger to wearing multiple hats within the Trinidad and Tobago theatre and media fraternity having worked over the years with experienced stalwarts like Raymond Choo Kong, Penelope Spencer, Nikki Crosby, 3canal and Danielle Dieffenthaller.

She has choreographed 9 full musical productions in the last decade, "The Sound of Music", "The
King and I", "Jesus Christ Superstar" and "Mahalia, A Gospel Musical" and Derek Walcott's "TiJean and his Brothers" to name a few.

Abeo recently won the award for Best Supporting Actress at the First Contact Film Festival in New Jersey for her role of "Edwards" in the Nour Wazzi directed, London produced short Film "Lab Rat". She is also a Merikin descendant working as a creative/cultural advocate to ensure that the history of Merikin lineage/Maroonage and contributions to Trinidad and Tobago is told. She completed the first phase of her docudrama film "i am_Merikin" late last year as a Catapult Awardee.