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Risque - The Lewd and the Ludicrous

Mack (Marlon Brown) and Lacey (Carline Brown)

The only thing missing from David Tulloch’s Risque, is that bow-chicka-wow-wow sound track to warn you that what you are now watching Cinemax, and it’s After Dark.

Ladies of the Night - A Hilarious Romp With a Dash of Drama

(l-r) Sharee McDonald-Russell, Keisha Patterson, Camille Davis & Courtney Wilson

Patrick Brown’s Ladies of the Night, currently playing at The Centre Stage Theatre, New Kingston, is a hilarious romp sprinkled with a touch of seriousness, but never enough to disrupt the vibrant humour which drives the play.

Benefit Performance of When the Cat's Away for 'Maas Jasper's' Passing

Poster of When the Cat's Away

To many Calvin Morris, who died on Thursday June 27, 2013 was known simply as ‘Maas Jasper’ the country farmer who arrived on the hit television serial Lime Tree Lane during the latter year’s of the show’s run on the then Jamaica Broadcasting Television.

Taboo: 'Bares' Thoughtful Fruit

Cast of Taboo (l-r) Lisa Williams, Keiran King, Yendi Phillipps, Rodney Campbell

Keiran King’s Taboo is disturbing. But then, since it’s deliberately so, that is a good thing.

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.

Tamara Thomas Presents 'Overcoming Inertia'

Overcoming Inertia

Choreographer and lecturer Tamara Thomas will be staging her first independent show this weekend when the curtains roll back on Overcoming Inertia’.

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

Jean Small, Noel Dexter and Marjorie Whylie Receive Philip Sherlock Awards

(l-r) Jean Small, Noel Dexter O.D., and Marjorie Whylie O.D.

Three iconic members of the Jamaican creative landscape, Jean Small, Noel Dexter, O.D. and Marjorie Whylie O.D. received the inaugural Philip Sherlock Centre Award. The award ceremony was held at the Philip Sherlock Centre, UWI Mona, on Thursday, June 13, 2013.

Anancy Struts into the 'Winners' Circle'

Anancy (Melissa Halliman) is surrounded by the Cat Clan

Anancy Chaptaz: Winners' Circle, written by Sabrena McDonald, is a fun fable with a golden message at its heart.

Thicker Than Water - A Catty Corporate Drama

Suzette Barrett (Susan) and Dahlia Harris (Kimberly) in Thicker Than Water

With Judgement and God’s Way under her belt Dahlia Harris has built a reputation for creating entertaining dramas populated by engaging characters and plots seasoned by a little intrigue.

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