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Edna Manley Uncovers Emotional Treasure in Lyn Nottage’s Ruined

Mama Nadi and Sophie in Lyn Nottage's Ruined

Women are rarely combatants in war yet their bodies are often sites upon which battles are waged.

The Hunger Games - Satisfying

Hunger Games Poster

The Hunger Games, based on first of the Suzanne Collins bestselling young adult trilogy of the same name, is an interesting film that adequately marries great characters, a worthwhile plot and good action.

Celebrating Barry Watson -The NGJ's Barrington: A Retrospective

Catalogue Cover of Barrington: A Retrospective

The exhibition Barrington: A Retrospective, currently underway at the National Gallery of Jamaica, Kingston is beautifully timed for the commemoration of Jamaica’s 50th year of independence as Watson’s paintings provide a marvelous prism through which to gaze at the nation.

Where is My Father - An Entertaining and Thought Provoking Drama

Nadean Rawlins in Where is My Father

Douglas Prout and Basil Dawkins have teamed up once again, and this time they have come very close to creating magic. Where Is My Father is an energetic gripping drama that is easily one of the must sees of this year’s theatre season.

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