KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Minibus operators in the Kingston Metropolitan Transport Region (KMTR) say they are still on edge and are planning a meeting in the next hour to decide on their next course of action following Thursday's protest.
"This meeting is to decide how we move forward as operators believe that they are not bei ...more »
THE Movement Dance Company of Jamaica held its 31st anniversary season of performances at the Little Theatre in St Andrew Last Weekend.
The season saw the company drawing on it’s repertoire over the past three decades to, as artistic director Monica Campbell McFarlane put it, “showcase the mission and ideals of the company”.
The seven remounts showcased drew on work choreographed from the 1990s to 2011.
The exciting, fast-paced, heart-pounding The Wrath of God, which was choreographed by Christopher Huggins, brought the
curtains down each night of the weekend of performances. (Photos: Jermaine Barnaby)
An excerpt from the work Chosen, first mounted in 2001.
Pathways, the enticing duet choreographed by Patrick Johnson in 2001, was
brought to life by Jade Arscott and Daryl Cabellero.
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