16 results for month: 09/2010

Woman Take Two Opens Tonight!

The first public performance of Woman Take Two will take place at eight o'clock tonight (Thursday) at The Dundas Centre for The Performing Arts. This is a special preview performance. Discount tickets are available for Seniors and Students. The production continues tomorrow, the festival's opening night, and the two final ... More

Woman Take Two opens on Thursday

Only four performances: Thursday, September 30th at 8:00pm Friday, October 1st at 8:00pm - Festival Premiere! Saturday, October 2nd at 2:00pm Saturday, October 2nd at 8:00pm Box Office is open at The Dundas - 10:00am to 4:00pm Telephone: 393-3728, 394-7179 or 431-7197 More

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U.S. Embassy Nassau – Press Release

September 24, 2010 PRESS RELEASE -042 Public Affairs Section Telephone: 322-1181, ext. 4251/4220 Website: http://nassau.usembassy.gov Nassau, The Bahamas With the goal of making theater accessible to all, U.S. Embassy Nassau will sponsor a discounted theater night in collaboration with the second annual Shakespeare in ... More

Shakespeare in Paradise 2010


A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Set in the mystical age of 1910, this adaptation of Shakespeare’s famous play settles on Cat Island and follows the exploits of a group of lovers, laborers, fairies and officials. This play has enchanted audiences the world over for hundreds of years. Hermia is in love with Lysander but is promised to Demetrius. After the ... More

Woman Take Two

Set in 1970’s Nassau, this poignant drama has enthralled audiences and readers alike for over thirty years. Lionel, a young hardworking Haitian, seeks professional success in a country that doesn’t respect him. When he crosses paths with his boss’s daughter Sonia, Lionel’s life is forever changed. To make matters ... More

God’s Trombones

James Weldon Johnson’s God’s Trombones, which is also sometimes known by its full title, God’s Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons in Verse. This production, written in 1927, is based on a book of poems by Johnson patterned after traditional African-American religious oratory. This work has delighted audiences in theaters, ... More

Dat Bahamian Ting

Shakespeare In Paradise is pleased to present Dat Bahamian Ting. A play about a young Methodist Minister from England who migrates to The Bahamas and falls in love with a young Bahamian church member. Based on a true story this play comes to us from Bahamian born writer/director Robin Belfield. This two person play also ... More

Horn of Plenty featuring Indio

Horn of Plenty Eight of Shakespeare’s sonnets performed in different spaces at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas. View the National Exhibition while hearing Shakespeare’s love sonnets – eight sonnets and eight different parts of the exhibition, all accompanied by glasses of wine. The sonnets will be performed by ... More