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L'Acadco Heads to One Love Festival in Japan

L'Acadco A Caribbean Dance Force heads to One Love Festival

L'Acadco A Caribbean Dance Force is getting ready to participate in the 2014 staging of Japan's One Love Reggae Festival.

'Earth': Dance, Sculpture, Poetry

Neila Ebanks in 'Earth'

Derek Walcott's poem 'Earth' was transformed with music and live sculpture through the combined artistry of sculptor Toby Grant and the dance and choreography of Neila Ebanks. The two engaged in a six-hour collaboration between the two artists that had passersby slowing down or coming over.

Drumming & Movement Mark L'Acadco's 30th Anniversary

Hounfor of the Drum choreographed by Dr. L'Antoinette Stines

L’Acadco’s 30th season of dance, Waves of Pearls, is as much a statement on the development of dance in Jamaica as it is about the company itself.

Raising the 'Barre' And Pushing Boundaries - Neila Ebanks and Oneil Pryce

Neila Ebanks performing 'Becoming' choreographed by Oneil Pryce

Gallery 1 at the National Gallery of Jamaica was transformed into a dance space as the talents of Neila Ebanks and Oneil Pryce combined on the final day of Kingston on the Edge 2013 which had served up a diverse fare of the arts.  The two delivered the solo piece ‘Becoming’ choreographed by

High 'Five' for Jamaica Dance Umbrella

Steven Cornwall and Lia Chin Yee in 'Consensus'

The fifth annual Jamaica Dance Umbrella closed to the sounds of Jonkunnu as the Ashe Company and Dance Theatre Xaymaca performed the opening suite of the 2012 musical Lift Up Jamaica.

Edna Manley Dance Gets Exposed!


“Exposure opens the doors to many things both the good and the bad.” This is the opening line for the Physical Labrish: Exposed the faculty of School of Dance showcase. The show which marked the return of the Physical Labrish annual concerts was aptly named.

L'Acadco Turns 30

L'Acadco performing Abuzukie

L'Acadco: A United Caribbean Dance Force announced its seniority amongst the continuously expanding Caribbean dance space with the launch of its 30th anniversary, celebrations, marking it as one of Jamaica’s oldest dance troupes.

Stella Maris Holds a Revival with 2012 Season of Dance

Andre Hinds and Karen Seymour-Johnson in 'African Night'

The Stella Maris 2012 Season of Dance was in the main solid. The dances were technically proficient and artistically sound. Alas, they didn’t move you much, toward either love or hate, making an interesting, yet largely forgettable night.

NDTC 2012 Season of Dance - A Retrospective

'Sulkari' as performed by NDTC at Dance Umbrella 2012