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Karl Williams Play Joins New York Summer Reading Series

Jamaican playwright Karl Williams in Culture Project Summer Reading Series

Jamaican actor and playwright Karl Williams is included in the 2015 Summer Reading Series staged by the Culture Project.

When Three's Company: Camille Davis, Sakina Deer and Sharee Elise on Their Adventures in Theatre

The many roles of Sakina Deer, Sharee Elise and Camille Davis

In what seems to be an act of theatrical serendipity three of Jamaica’s most celebrated young actresses, Camille Davis, Sakina Deer and Sharee Elise all stepped on to the Jamaican commercial stage in 2004-2005.

Ray Donovan and True Detective Actress Michael Hyatt Gives Public Lecture in Kingston

Michael Hyatt in Night Crawler

Actress Michael Hyatt has steadily built an enviable career stretching from the stage to television and through to the silver screen. Her diverse career is burgeoning with recurring roles on some of television’s most respected police procedurals.

Chris McFarlane on the Art and Craft of Acting

Christopher McFarlane and Maylynne Lowe in Basil Dawkins' Toy Boy

Prolific is one word that comes to mind when describing Christopher McFarlane, veteran actor of stage and screen.

David Heron on Being in the Musical Marley

David Heron as Tony Welsh in the  musical Marley

 For the past few years actor and playwright David Heron has been veering towards the classic on the stage, recently appearing in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra, Coriolanus and Much Ado About Nothing.

Patrick Brown Romantic Comedy Hurricane Honeymoon Blows into Little Theatre

Cast of Patrick Brown's Hurricane Honeymoon

Patrick Brown’s romantic comedy Hurricane Honeymoon is blowing into the Little Theatre this weekend, where it will remain until at least mid-June.

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.

Island of Dance: Diverse Array of Dance for Arts in the Park

Fire and drums brought Arts in the Park to a blazing finish

The rich diversity of the contemporary Jamaican dance scene was put on display at the fourth Arts in the Park event at Hope Gardens in Kingston on Sunday.

Furry Tales: Fun and Quirky Story for Children

Furry Tales: A quirky tale of missing tails

Joel Doty’s Furry Tales is a story of two tales or rather: what happens to tails when tales go awry.

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