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Brian Heap

God of Carnage: A Great Cocktail of a Comedy

God of Carnage - Jean Paul Menou, Deanne Allgrove, Julene Robinson, Alwyn Scott

Staging a great play is pretty much like creating a good cocktail: it’s all about the right ingredients in the right proportion. Since re-introducing the University Players, Director Brian Heap has usually stuck with a great recipe, that has often produced delicious results.

Forty Years and Looking Forward: Brian Heap Celebrates with God of Carnage

Brian Heap celebrates 40 years in Jamaican theatre with God of Carnage

Dr. Brian Heap is about to shift gears in his career.

Light Shines from Departure in the Dark

Nadean Rawlins (Lilian) and Audley Green (Andrew) in Departure in the Dark

“Life is a dream and a promise.” This line, heavily coated in bitterness and loss and delivered by Lilian Martin toward the end of Departure in the Dark, captures the essence of the play.

JYT Claims Victory at Tallawah 2012

Belly Woman, earned Best Production at Tallwah 2012

They came... They acted... They won some awards. The Jamaica Youth Theatre (JYT) were amongst the most triumphant when the curtains closed on the 2012 Tallawah Festival, at its long-time home at the Phillip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts, UWI Mona.

Whiplash - Crackles with Political Potency

Sweetie (Shanique Brown) cradles Dennis (Brian Johnson)

Jamaica is yet to recover from the political violence spawned in the late 1960s that in a sense peaked in the bloody 1980 elections which drowned the country in a sea of blood.