Jamaica Dance Umbrella (JDU) 2015 starts this Friday March 6 and runs to March 8. As usual, JDU gives audiences a chance to view a wide range of local dance companies all in one weekend. This Thursday at 8:00pm is the launch and honours Mr. Barrington Moncrieffe and L’Antoinette Stines for
Tamara Thomas Dance presents Overcoming Inertia – an evening of dance. The show itself is a presentation of the work of dancer/choreographer, Tamara Thomas and proves to be an exciting sharing of movement, fundamentally engaging an African standpoint. WHERE: Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts – School of
L’ACADCO: A United Caribbean Dance Force is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a year of activities. Here’s a review of their season this past weekend at tallawahmagazine. The company began with 12 dancers and now have 16 females, 9 males and 9 stilt walkers. Several dancers have moved on to
This year, the J.D.U celebrates its 5th anniversary. Their programme of events have been running from Monday, Feb. 25th and will continue until Sunday March 03, 2013, In keeping with the themes of the ‘Fives,’ The Jamaica Dance Umbrella’s “5 years of Jamaica’s first ever dance festival” will feature four
This year, the Jamaica Dance Umbrella celebrates its 5th anniversary. The organization’s theme for this year’s events is F.I.V.E, “5 years of Jamaica’s premier dance festival”. These series of events will run from Monday, Feb. 25th to Sunday March 03, 2013 – see schedule below. In keeping with the themes
Jamaican and British youth are set to exchange dance styles and share stories and inspiration live on stage at Contact Theatre on 23rd February 2013. Young people on both sides of the Atlantic have been in preparation for months for this live meeting on stage where they will have
Waaw Waaw West African Dance Classes have started back at School of Dance. All Levels and children are welcome. Where: Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts (School of Dance) When: Every Saturday 3:30-5:00 Cost: Children under 12 – $300 Adults – $800 Groups of 4+
Outta Place – a UK-based non-profit that connects young people through the use of dynamic creative activities – has joined forces with Manifesto|Jamaica – an Arts and youth-focused organization based in Kingston – to host a ‘Dance Dialogue’ between youth in Jamaica and the UK. Jamaica and the
Here’s Episode 1 of MI A GO FOREIGN – Moving to NYC. Enjoy this sit(dance) com dancehall style with Hanna Herbertson and Cindy Claes! For more info on what this is all about see Mi a go foreign.
Dancehall dancer and choreographer, Hanna Herbertson teams up with Cindy Claes on MI A GO FOREIGN. A Work In Progress by Claes and Herbertson, the sit(dance)com is not a finished product but both artists are looking to secure additional funding and support in the near future to take the project to the next level.