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 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
L’ACADCO – A United Caribbean Dance Force will be remounting its 26th Season of Dance for three additional ‘back by popular demand’ performances. The critically acclaimed dance presentation titled “SHIPS’ LOG – Daaance Coconut Daaance,” a historical account of our heritage from slavery to the present day, which will take
L’Acadco ended it’s 26th season on Sunday night. Unfortunately, I didn’t get to see the show but by all accounts it was a successful exciting performance…read the full review by Michael Reckord at the Gleaner. See YardEdge interview with Dr. L’Antoinette Stines.
Last year L’Acadco – A United Caribbean Dance Force celebrated a successful 25th staging to sold out enthusiastic audiences. This year the company presents “SHIPS’ LOG – Daaance Coconut Daaance,” a historical account of our heritage from slavery to present day. This season will take place at the Philip Sherlock
There will be a final benefit performance of L’Acadco’s “PASSION: fruits” tomorrow, Tuesday, May 12 at the Philip Sherlock Centre at 7pm. Tickets: Philip Sherlock Theatre, 927-1047 & Face Solutions & More (New Kgn), 754-4326. Reviewed by the Gleaner See YardEdge interview with L’Antoinette Stines
In 1978, Jamaican dancer/choreographer, L’Antoinette Stines, founded Miami’s first, primarily black dance company, L’Acadco. Returning to Jamaica in 1982 she continued to grow with her company and together they have become dynamic ambassadors for Jamaican culture. L’Acadco’s mission is to present the rhythms of the Caribbean people on the world