16 results for month: 09/2010

The World Is My Home – The Life of Paul Robeson

Jamaican born and Brooklyn bred, Stogie Kenyatta was classically trained at the Afro American Studio in Harlem, the Henry St. Settlement and Al Fann Theatrical Ensemble. He was a finalist in the New York State Theatre competition with Artistic Director, John Houseman. An avid athlete, Stogie excelled in basketball, football, ... More

One Flesh

One Flesh is a mixture of two one act shows, Come Back to Me and Manikato. Come Back to Me, written by Jesse Cameron Alick, follows the secrets, discourse and religion of an African-American family. What follows is the day in the life of three siblings, Ryokan, Isis and Jude as they converse over the telephone and contrasts ... More

An evening with Derek Burrows

Derek was born here in The Bahamas where storytelling is a vital part of the tradition. He studied music at Berklee College of Music in Boston Massachusetts and for the past 30 years he has performed with the International music group Voice of the Turtle, a group specializing in music of the Sephardic Jews, the Jews expelled ... More

Box Office now OPEN!

Save $25 by purchasing a Season Ticket and get FIVE SHOWS FOR THE PRICE OF FOUR! Our discount and Season Ticket sales will end on September 25th. Regular ticket sales continue until the close of the festival on October 11th. Tickets for our premiere evening, October 1st, are priced at $35. Wine will be served. Please ... More

Churches and Pastors for God’s Trombones

Shakespeare in Paradise is pleased to announce the Churches and Pastors for its production of God's Trombones. Each night this production will move to a different church and the guest performer will be a pastor or minister who will deliver the opening piece, Listen Lord - A Prayer and the sermon - The Prodigal Son. The other ... More

Rehearsal Photos SiP 2010

Rehearsals for the anchor productions of SiP 2010 are in full swing! Above are some shots of A Midsummer Night's Dream in rehearsal, focussing on Bottom (Gordon Mills) and the craftsmen/actors, and Woman Take Two, also in rehearsal, focussing mostly on Beverly (Moya Thompson/Aulenna Robinson), Jennifer and Merline (Doris ... More