GREAT EXPECTATIONS: In Jamaica's modern-dance world it's always a joy to see master choreographers and artistic directors spreading their wings and sharing their gifts with other companies. That definitely includes Tony Wilson of Company Dance Theatre, whose "Patchwork" (a brand-new creation) added a jolt of Afrocentric sizzle to the 2014 repertoire of the Stella Maris Dance Ensemble, which just wrapped its season (their 21st) at the Little Theatre. As expected, Wilson's focus now turns to his troupe's upcoming season (set for Nov. 22 and 23 at the same venue), which promises a dazzling feast. "We've come up with three new works," Wilson tells TALLAWAH. "There's one by Renee McDonald, one by LeAnn Williams and by me, of course." Add to the mix remountings of such masterworks as "Panorama" and "Rebirth." Asked how things are shaping up, with show dates just over a week away, Wilson says. "I'm excited. I want the whole of Jamaica to see it." Agreed.