A mystical-dramatical-comical-satirical musical opening December 5th at the Theatre Place, 8 Haining Road, Kingston. Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 pm; Sundays at 5:00 pm. Tickets are available at York and Moodie’s Pharmacies, The Theatre Place and AYF at 66 Barry Street. Pot o’ Gold features the AYKrew with Majah Bless
All are invited to watch two mini productions at the Edna Manley College- School of Drama, one directed by Jamaican dancer/choreographer/director Neila Ebanks and the other by Jamaican international director/dub artist ahdri zhina mandiela who returned to Jamaica to direct this production. ahdri zhina mandiela’s bcurrent.ca website See article in Jamaica
YardEdge welcomes new guest blogger, Karen Hutchinson, who reviewed the recently held show presented by Women’s Media Watch.
For more about the Area Youth Foundation, see Area Youth Foundation Transforming Lives, Interview With Sheila Graham Area Youth Foundation Working With Kids In Tense Communities
Ainsley Burrows, a Jamaican poet and performer stars in this new Guinness “Journey to Greatness” ad. Shot in New Jersey, the ad now airs across the Caribbean. Ainsley Burrows has been performing widely in Europe and has won Best International Performer in 2001 and 2002 from the Farrago Poetry Cafe
Scene from ‘Bus Big’ YardEdge talks to Sheila Graham, Founder of The Area Youth Foundation, about how the arts can transform lives in the inner city. YardEdge: What is the Area Youth Foundation? Sheila: The Area Youth Foundation is a charitable, non-governmental organization which, since 1997, has been changing the