With the curtain call of Julius Caesar, at 10:30 tonight, the 2011 Shakespeare in Paradise theatre festival officially came to an end.
We would like to thank all of our performers, directors, volunteers, staff, guests artists, sponsors and of course our audiences who helped to make this year's festival a success.
For the ...
Today is the final day of this year's festival.
This afternoon you can see the final performance of Dis We Tings 2011, which starts at 2:00pm at the Dundas.
Tonight at 8:00pm are the final performances of Julius Caesar (at the Dundas), Mariah Brown (at The Bahamas Historical Society) and Pat Rahming alias Pat Rahming (at ...
There are only Friday and Saturday performances remaining before the close of this year's Shakespeare in Paradise theatre festival.
You have the possibility to see the following performances:
Friday at 8:00pm you can see Dis We Tings 2011 at the Dundas or Mariah Brown at The Bahamas Historical Society.
Saturday afternoon you ...
The festival is winding down
Two public performances of Julius Caesar remain
Thursday - 8:00pm & Saturday - 8:00pm @ the Dundas
Two public performances of Dis We Tings 2011 remain
Friday - 8:00pm & Saturday - 2:00pm @ the Dundas
Two public performances of Mariah Brown remain
Friday - 8:00pm & Saturday - 8:00pm @ ...
With the end of tonight's performance of Dis We Tings 2011 Shakespeare in Paradise will mark the official halfway point in its 2011 theatre festival.
The second half of the festival starts tomorrow with student matinee performances of Lovestruck and Dis We Tings 2011 and evening performances of Mariah Brown and Julius Caesar...
After taking Sunday off Shakespeare in Paradise gets back in full swing today and for the next six days.
Bard To Go's production of Lovestruck, for high school students, will begin this morning and run through Wednesday.
Julius Caesar is back at the Dundas tonight starting at 8:00pm.
Mariah Brown begins its run tomorrow ...
A piece set on an island, sometimes prone to storms. It’s not The Tempest, but the work of husband-and-wife team Nicolette Bethel and Philip Burrows, who have been on a mission to bring Shakespeare to the Bahamas. The Shakespeare in Paradise festival, as it’s known, premiered in 2009, and is now in its third year of ...
Last night was the official opening of the 2011 Shakespeare in Paradise theatre festival. As we experienced torrents of rain in the afternoon, by six o'clock the sky had cleared and the sun came out and by the time as the reception started the Dundas patio was dry. The performance got underway shortly after eight and there was ...