This week we chat with Scott Adderley, a singer and actor who performed in the first five productions of our company. He was trained and introduced to the Performing Arts by his uncle Cleophas Adderley Jr.
This week we chat with Patrice Francis, Gail Hanna, Anthony Wallas, Valicia Rolle and Denardo Hepburn who have all had plays selected for this year's "Short Tales", a part of the Shakespeare in Paradise Theatre Festival.
Tony has been in involved with the Dundas theatre for a number of years and is probably best known for originating the role of 'Son' in Winston Saunders' "You Can Lead A Horse To Water". He has also worked as a broadcaster and as an attorney.
This week we chat with Craig Pinder, a Bahamian actor who has had lead roles in London's West End shows, Les Misérables, Mama Mia and Fiddler On The Roof. He has acted and directed for Shakespeare in Paradise and has appeared in film projects by Kareem Mortimer.
This week we talk with D. Sean Nottage, a noted actor known for his stage, film and VoiceOver work. For over twenty five years Sean has been an active member in the theatre scene here in The Bahamas. He is probably best know for his VoiceOver work in numerous radio and television commercials.
A discussion with Ian Strachan, a Theatre, Television & Film Director, Playwright, Actor, and Vice President of the University of The Bahamas-North. We talk about his work in the visual and performing arts.
In this episode, Nicolette talks to her co-director of Diary of Souls by Ian Strachan, the last play to have been performed at the Dundas before the lockdown. Renee and Nico also go in depth with the cast of Diary of Souls. Featuring Renee Caesar, Nicolette Bethel, T-Day Pierre Jeudi, Sony Jean-Jacques, Esther Louis, Brent Burrows, and Shireen Seymour.
In this episode, Nicolette gets a little inside knowledge of what went on in the development of the first and second Short Tales from Leslie Ellis-Tynes (Director/Actor/Crew, Short Tales 2019, 2020) and Valene Rolle (Director/Actor/Crew, Short Tales 2019, 2020).
In this episode, Philip and Nicolette talk to Patrice Francis, the inspiration for the return of the Season to the Dundas. Philip and Patrice discuss her history at the Dundas, and her development from actor to director to playwright.
This week, Nicolette and Philip talk to Adrian Archer, longtime musical director for Shakespeare in Paradise. They talk about the process of creating or recreating music from memory or from scratch, and how Adrian has been on the ground and behind the scenes in revivals such as Music of The Bahamas, The Legend of Sammie Swain, You Can Lead a Horse to Water, and Once on This Island. We also hear about Adrian's woes with regard to musical scores in shows as varied as Der Real Ting Musical!! and even Ain't Misbehavin'. There are many kachikka moments along the way! Don't miss this one. We promise you won't regret listening!
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In this episode, Nicolette and Philip are joined by Delores Archer-Adderley (Red (s)) to talk about the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts, Ringplay’s role in running it, and how Ringplay became the managers in the first place. There’s a great big Kachikka! moment behind it.