7 results for tag: Mr and Mrs Blacke

Final Day SIP 2012

Today, Saturday, October 13th is the final day of performances for the 4th annual Shakespeare in Paradise Theatre Festival. Our two Signature productions, Merchant and Out o' Wedlock have already closed and tonight at 8:00pm you have a final opportunity to see one of the three critically acclaimed works that remain: L... More

Shakespeare in Paradise 2012 – It’s On!

After the previews and student matinees, the 4th annual Shakespeare in Paradise theatre festival is officially underway. Our signature works, Merchant and Out o' Wedlock have performances on Friday and Saturday nights at 8:00pm. Out o' Wedlock will also have a 2:00pm matinee on Saturday and Merchant will close with a 4:00pm ... More

SIP Officially Opens in One Week!

Friday, October 5th, marks the official opening of the 4th annual Shakespeare in Paradise theatre festival. Student matinee performances of Merchant actually begin on Tuesday, October 2nd at the College of The Bahamas Performing Arts Centre. On Thursday, October 4th we have special preview performances of both Merchant (at ... More

Shakespeare in Paradise 2012


Mr and Mrs Blacke

Coming off a very successful and critically acclaimed run at the Philip Sherlock Centre at the University of the West Indies Mr and Mrs Blacke is an offering by Shakespeare in Paradise to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Jamaica's Independence. The cast features Keiran King, who is also the playwright, and Sakina Deer. Paul ... More


All negotiations are done, all plays have been chosen, actors are in rehearsal and the venues are all set for the 4th annual Shakespeare in Paradise Theatre Festival. In one month from the writing of this post, October 5th, the festival will officially open. This year there are five productions in five venues throughout ... More

Mr and Mrs Blacke

This brilliant Jamaican play will be one of the five offerings that Shakespeare in Paradise will present during our 2012 festival. We wanted to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Independence of both Jamaica and Trinidad and thought of no better way of doing that than to have works from those countries performed at this year's ... More