12 results for month: 09/2011

Student Matinees for Julius Caesar have ended

Today was the last official Student Matinee for the production of Julius Caesar. Over 900 students took the opportunity to see this production over the past three days and for students that missed it you can call the Box Office (393-3728) and ask about discounts for our 2:00pm Saturday Matinee or Monday evening's performance.... More

Shakespeare in Paradise opens TONIGHT!

8:00pm at The Dundas Theatre. A reception will take place on the patio starting at 7:00pm. Our special guests for this performance will be the immediate family members of the late Kayla Lockhart-Edwards to whom this evening is dedicated and Derek Burrows the co-originator of the 1989 production of Dis We Tings and the writer of ... More

Mark Antony

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Caius Cassius

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Marcus Brutus

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Student Outreach Stronger Than Ever

One of the most important aspects of the current theatre movement in The Bahamas is the participation of a new generation of theatre enthusiasts. Many of today's most talented Bahamian writers, directors, and actors got their start at the college level or earllier. Consequently, Shakespeare in Paradise has made it their ... More

Shakespeare in Paradise TV Ad

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Kayla Lockhart-Edwards to be honoured

On September 30th, 2011, the third annual Shakespeare in Paradise theatre festival will open at the Dundas with a special performance of Dis We Tings. This performance is dedicated to the memory of Kayla Lockhart-Edwards, one of the originators of the work. On hand for this celebration will be her immediate family and the ... More

Profile: Sandra Riley – Writer/Director – Mariah Brown

How long have you been writing? During my 40 years of teaching, I ran out of steam a couple of times.  During one hiatus, I took a job as historical researcher for a land development company on the island of San Salvador in The Bahamas. A recession brought me right back to teaching, but I continued my research on my ... More

Box Office opens TODAY!

The Box Office for Shakespeare in Paradise opens at the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts today, September 19th, and runs until the close of the festival on October 8th. Box Office hours are 10:00am to 4:00pm Monday thru Saturday. The telephone numbers are 393-3728, 394-7179 or 431-7197. Discount and Season ticket sales ... More