Saturday, 29 November 2014

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Artists in the mix at the Theatre Place and Redbones Blues Cafe

WELL-VERSED: Nov. 26, St. Andrew. As the curtains came down on the 14th Annual Poetry Awards put on by the Red Bones Blues Cafe, judge Carolyn Cooper hit centrestage to present second-place finisher Everard 'Esquire' Smith with one of his two awards for the night. In addition to the runner-up spot, Smith also copped Poem of the Year for his stirring performance piece "Time."

CHOOSING WISELY: Nov. 26, St. Andrew. Moments before the awards segment, judges Cooper, Prof. Mervyn Morris and Mel Cooke huddled at the head table as they tallied their final scores.

FANTASTIC FOUR: Nov. 28, Kingston. On the occasion of starring in Fabian Barracks' riveting teen drama Bad Apple at the Theatre Place, the play's four-member ensemble cast (from left, Shantol Jackson, Nicholas Amore, Jodian Findley and Shauneca Woollery) assembled, post-performance, to rap with the young audience members and pose for photos.

ROOM FOR ONE MORE: Nov. 28, Kingston. Theatre-arts students from Manchester's Holmwood Technical also rounded up the cast for posterity photos after Friday's performance of the hit play at the Theatre Place.

REAL TALK: Nov. 22, Kingston. It's been a banner season for plays from theatre's emerging voices. Sherine Bailey's laugh-out-loud production The Real Show played to mixed reviews at the same venue a week ago, featuring a cast of seven. 

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