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Jamaican Delegation Heads to Caribbean Schools Drama Fest

Wi Love Wi Self - student actors preprare to represent Jamaica at Caribbean Fest

Armed with a devised theatre piece dubbed Wi Love Wi Self eleven student actors from across the island will be heading off to Barbados to represent Jamaica at this yea’s staging of the Caribbean Schools Drama Festival, December 8-15, 2013.

Clues: Murder Mystery Served Up During Restaurant Week

Clues, written by Laveda Thompson and produced by Peculiar People

Murder, it seems, makes a good digestif. At least this was the idea behind, Clues which made a new addition to the Restaurant Week 2013 menu.

Stella Maris Dance Ensemble Present Energetic and Diverse 20th Season

The Stella Maris Ensemble's 20th Season of Dance

The Stella Maris Dance Ensemble’s 20th Season of Dance was a mature, diverse and entertaining showcase, presenting a testament in movement to the maturity of the group and its members.

Tallawah Drama Festival 2013

Osisi Abathathu winner of Best Production, Tallawah 2013

The Commuting Students bubbled to the top of the 2013 Tallawah Festival, taking home the night’s top honours with the three-hander Osisi Abathathu (an excerpt from The Escape of Three Sisters).

Theatre 'Clues' in to Restaurant Week Jamaica With Dinner and a Play

Stephanie Hazel and Jerry Benzwick, cast members of Clues, dine

This Restaurant Week (November 8 - 16, 2013) diners can choose to have an order of theatre with their meals as new production house Peculiar People teams up with The Pantry Ltd to serve up Clues a dinner and theatre event.  Though dinner theatre is no strange occurrence, albeit a rare one i

The Riotous Roasting of Christopher 'Johnny' Daley

Christopher Johnny Daley between Roasters Michael Abrahams & Dorothy Cunningham

It is probably a testament to the architectural skills of whomever built the Jamaica Pegasus, that the building was not completely destroyed by the riotous laughter emanating from the ballroom on Monday night, November 4, 2013.

Man Talk: Good Intentions but Problematic Execution

Earl Warner's Man Talk directed by Joan Belfon

Earl Warner’s Man Talk, as the name suggests, is a gathering of men talking - in bars, on cricket pitches, around domino tables, at funerals, in electronics stores and other stereotypical sites of male bonding. It is men talking to men and about men.

David Heron Lands Lead in Shakespearean Tradgedy Coriolanus in New York

David Heron plays the lead in the title role of Coriolanus: The African Warrior

Jamaican actor David Heron has earned himself the enviable task of tackling the role of one Shakespeare’s lesser known, but no less valued heroes, Coriolanus.

Stella Maris Dance Ensemble Celebrates 20 Years

Stella Maris from their 2012 Season of Dance

The Stella Maris Dance Ensemble has turned 20, stepping out of their teenage years and deepening their status as one of the premier Jamaican dance troupes for young dancers. The 20th season of dance will feature guest choreography by Neila Ebanks, Toki Gonzalez  and Dr.

Jonkunnu Jamboree - Energetic and Entertaining Pantomime

Aston Cooke's Jonkunnu Jamboree

Aston Cooke’s Jonkunnu Jamboree, recently staged by the University Players under the direction of Michael Holgate, is an entertaining melee of dance and music. And yet it could be so much more.