Beverlix Jean-Baptiste

Beverlix Jean-Baptiste Beverlix Jean-Baptiste is an award-nominated artist, and avid foodie. She lives, writes, and cooks out of her humble abode in California.



BWW News: Tamara Bass and Megan Good Make Film Debut with own Krazy Actress Productions
September 13, 2016

Under the helm of Krazy Actress Productions, Tamara Bass and Meagan Good plan to bring back stories by Us and about Us with the film 'If Not Now, When?'

Summer Stages: BWW's Amazing Theatre Picks - Brooklyn, NY
June 1, 2015

SUMMER STAGES: BWW's Amazing Theatre Picks - Brooklyn

BWW News: Gimme! Gimme! More! INGLOT Meets MAMMA MIA!
December 31, 2014

The INGLOT Company, established over 25 years ago by Wojtek Inglot, has partnered with the play the ABBA inspired musical, MAMMA MIA! With this union high quality, and vibrant products can not help but be the result.

BWW Reviews: You Don't Know Jack About JACK and CHANCE 11
December 2, 2014

Bored to death of experimental theatre? Feeling if you have to drag yourself to one more mediocre opening or film you'll die? I see your dilemma and have decided to save your life. I will venture out into this cold cold world (here begins the sound of a violin playing) to find the hidden gems of culture, art, food, ect. for you comfort. I do the leg work now, you show up at your leisure later. You are welcome!

BWW Reviews: A Culinary Odyssey
June 23, 2014

If it is your intention to find your way out of a normal theatre or conventional black box you should find your way to The Invisible Dog. The raw and deconstructed space in Brooklyn on Bergen St. is showing 'And if You Lose Your Way, or A Food Odyssey. The play, consisting of small ensemble cast, is a adaptation of the story of Penelope and Odysseus from Homer's the Odyssey. However, in this telling the past is interwoven with the present in sometimes surreal and candid moments.

Summer Stages: BWW's Top Summer Theatre Picks - Brooklyn, NY
June 4, 2014

Beverlix Jean-Baptiste's Top Theatre Picks in Brooklyn! As we know New York City is chalk full of opportunities to see great theatre. But if your a Brooklyn native or looking to catch a play, here are a few of the borough's offerings.

BWW Reviews: The Food Book Fair - Growing the Intersection of Food, Art, and Culture
April 28, 2014

Oh, how I embrace the chilly afternoons of early Spring in New York, if only because it means winter is over. And, how I love to spend that time, eating, strolling, and delighting may way in that atmosphere. As it happens this time I made my way to the 3rd Annual Food Book Fair held at the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The hotel on the corner of the street that bears its name and North 11th has an industrial sophistication with modern nuances throughout--lending itself to the atmosphere of the fair.