10 results for tag: production

ANNOUNCING: Julius Caesar

Shakespeare in Paradise is gearing up for its third annual festival, to be held this year from September 30-October 8, 2011, with student previews on September 28-30. This year’s Signature Shakespeare Production is Julius Caesar, the classic tale of politics, betrayal, murder, and retribution. LOOKING FOR SEVERAL GOOD ... More

Announcing Come Back To Me & Manikato

On the heels of the announcement of the inclusion of Alaudin Ullah's Indio in this year's Shakespeare in Paradise Theatre Festival comes the news that yet another production will be joining us in October. Come Back to Me, by Jesse Cameron Alick, is a one-act play about religion, secrets and communication in the African-Ameri... More

Announcing Indio

Shakespeare in Paradise is pleased to announce that we have added another production to our fall theatre line-up to be held in Nassau, October 1st - October 11th. Indio, a one person play, written and performed by Alaudin Ullah, will join the previously announced Dat Bahamian Ting by Bahamian-born writer/director Robin Belfie... More

Announcing Dat Bahamian Ting

Shakespeare in Paradise is pleased to announce that it has added another production to its fall theatre festival line-up to be held in Nassau, October 1st - October 11th. Dat Bahamian Ting will join William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, Telcine Turner-Rolle's Woman Take Two and James Weldon Johnson's God's Trombones ... More

Music of The Bahamas Rehearsals Begin

Music of The Bahamas was auditioned on the weekend at St. George's Anglican church in the Valley, and began rehearsals at the same place last night. Directed by Philip Burrows, who is mounting the production for the fourth time, with Adrian Archer as Musical Director -- his first time in this role -- this production, which ... More

Production Workshops Continue

We've come to the last week of Mikey Reiach's Production Workshops, and the number of participants has settled to around 15 or so. This week, participants learned about what happens backstage in a production -- learned the age-old skills of making it work. Theatre isn't all about getting up and Acting; to be able to do that ... More

Workshops & Rehearsals

Mikey Reiach's production workshops began Monday night at the National Dance School. I (Nicolette) caught the end of the workshop, and I can tell you that those people who are enrolled in it are getting great exposure to what it takes to create live theatre.I'll reiterate: the workshops are free of charge, but they do carry the ... More

A Few Words from Tempest Co-Director Craig Pinder

Shakespeare in Paradise Blog had a chance to ask Tempest co-director Craig Pinder a few questions in regards to the upcoming production. Here's the Q & A: SiPB: How and why did you become involved in Shakespeare in Paradise? Craig Pinder: I saw the announcement of 'Shakespeare in Paradise' on Facebook and immediately ... More

Auditions

Auditions for local Shakespeare in Paradise productions will be held at the end of July, 2009. Check Ringplay Productions' website in the next day or two for audition pieces and specs. More

Announcing Shakespeare in Paradise!

This fall, from 5th-12th October, 2009, Shakespeare in Paradise will meet the world! Designed to expose locals and visitors to the best in World, Caribbean, African, and African American theatre, Shakespeare in Paradise will celebrate theatre in all its forms, not just Shakespeare. This year’s festival will be anchored ... More