15 results for month: 10/2010

Shakespeare in Paradise 2010 comes to an end

At around 4:30pm when the A Midsummer Night's Dream cast take their final bow, the curtain will also come down on the 2010 Shakespeare in Paradise Theatre Festival. With 8 productions and directors, 10 venues and over 100 participants, our 2nd annual theatre festival comes to a close. We have so many people to thank and we ... More

Final performance of God’s Trombones

Radio Personality Deacon Jeff Lloyd will be the guest preacher delivering Listen Lord - A Prayer and the sermon The Prodigal Son for the final performance of God's Trombones to be held at The Dundas, tonight at 8:00pm. God's Trombones features the St. Francis Junior Choir, under the direction of Francis Richardson, six actors ... More

Last chance to see four shows

Today is your last opportunity to see one (or two) productions in the festival. As you may know, of the eight productions presented this year, Woman Take Two and The Word is my Home - The Life of Paul Robeson have already closed. The final performance of Dat Bahamian Ting - 2:00pm at the Epworth Hall The final performance of ... More

Final production opens

Tonight is the final opening night of a production for Shakespeare in Paradise 2010. A Midsummer Night's Dream, our signature Shakespeare production, will have three public performances: Tonight at 8:00pm Saturday at 8:00pm Monday at 2:00pm (the final performance of the festival). Friday is a busy evening as there are five ... More

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One show closes, one show opens

Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks! As the winds blew from North to South last night Stogie Kenyatta stood his ground and completed his final performance of The World is my Home - The Life of Paul Robeson. His audiences have all been very complementary of his performance and we at Shakespeare in Paradise thank him for his ... More

Halfway Mark

Today officially marks the middle of the Shakespeare in Paradise Theatre Festival. There has been 5 days of performances and after today there will be five more. We have had an exciting opening with Woman Take Two with over a thousand students attending and a final sold out house for the general public. All but one of our ... More

The World is my Home – The Life of Paul Robeson – Last chance to see it

Tonight is your last opportunity to see this one-man show at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas. Stogie Kenyatta's tour de force performance is not to be missed. If the rain had stopped you from coming out on Monday or last night (performances still took place on both nights) you have this last chance to see a brilliant ... More

Rain and adjustments – the shows go on

Yesterday we experienced heavy rain and wind that threatened to derail at least one production and stopped potential audience members, and even some ticket holders, from coming out to the other two productions but all performances went on as scheduled. Our outdoor venue, The National Art Gallery, has a stage on the grounds ... More

Dat Bahamian Ting & Paul Robeson both open tonight

Two of our invited productions will open tonight and both performances will begin at 8:00pm. All the way from London, the critically acclaimed Dat Bahamian Ting will have its first of four performances at the Epworth Hall. The World is my Home - The Life of Paul Robeson will have its first of three performances at the ... More