This book contains eight plays. In 2006 the play Fete and Rumshop Save the Environment was performed by the youth group at the Nistar Presbyterian Church in Chase Village. Four of the plays—Marriage in Islam…Boy Meets Girl, Everlasting Hate, Mother's Day, and The Office of the Principal of SaghsView College—were performed at St. Augustine Girls' High School in Trinidad, West Indies. The short play Nah Leavin' was in the top five of the first Secondary Schools Film Festival in Trinidad and Tobago.
Since 2006, Jerome Teelucksingh has been a lecturer in the Department of History at the University of the West Indies. He has also served as a part-time lecturer at the Cipriani College of Labour and Cooperative Studies and the University of Trinidad and Tobago. Jerome has published several books, book chapters and journal articles on Caribbean history. In 2013, he produced a documentary entitled "Changing Culture: Views of Ramleela in Trinidad".