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The Enchanted Caribbean is one of the annual productions of the National Dance Company. The company also produces other shows which focus on themes and seasons befitting different celebrations and times of the year in addition to the Dance Season – the premier show which best highlights its work and main preoccupations. Dance Season 35, the high point of the company’s year, is scheduled for performance on October 10, 11 and 12, later this year.

Christmas Fantasia, an obvious celebration of the Christmas season, is held each year in December with themes of that particular time of year dramatised in dance. The imagination is customarily allowed to take the opportunity to explore subjects, ideas and metaphors either inspired by the festival, or designed to inspire its celebration. This production has become a part of the tradition of Christmas theatre.

Thoughts of Love is another of these focused dance shows in which the company usually appears in a somewhat lighter mood. It is the ‘Valentine’s Day’ show, performed on stage at the Theatre Guild Playhouse annually at a date close to February 14. Again, it uses the occasion to treat the theme of love with choreographies which range from humour to  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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