Day Six at Shakespeare in Paradise
Really good houses again last night at The Dundas (The Tempest), The Marley Resort (Music of The Bahamas) and at the NAGB (Zora).
The Tempest by flashlight:
A relatively short power cut (by BEC standards) took place yesterday during the matinee performance of The Tempest. Flashlights came out and the actors continued until the power was restored. Apparently a starter problem prevented the generator at The Dundas from kicking in.
Last night’s performance of Zora received an almost spontaneous standing ovation and the feedback we received was all positive. You have one last chance to see this brilliant work, with the equally brilliant Kim Brockington, on Sunday, October 11th at 3:00p.m. at The Dundas.
Music of The Bahamas had a few special guests in the audience, at the Marley Resort last night, and one of those guests was none other than Rita Marley, who stated that she was very impressed with the production. There are two matinee performances remaining for Music of The Bahamas, Saturday at 2:00p.m., following One White One Black (Rated C), and on Monday at 3:00p.m., following Caribbean Voices.
Tonight, Caribbean Voices will be at Nirvana and Ken Corsbie has invited Pat Rahming and Anku Sa Ra to perform with him on stage.
The Tempest continues at The Dundas tonight at 8:00p.m.
Box Office is at The Dundas 10:00am to 4:00p.m. Monday thru Saturday. The telephone number there is 393-3728.