A new dance company birthed its first production at the Theatre Guild on April 23. ‘This is Guyana’, staged by the Free Souls Dance Theatre Company under the direction of Kijana Lewis, brought new energy to the Guyanese dance landscape.
This column was written on Thursday, April 28, 2016.
I heard the following exchange on the radio today in Barbados between a moderator and a 90-year-old Barbadian woman, as they talked about people through the years who have done remarkable things for their communities without ever seeking the limelight.
A few months ago when The Scene sat down with acapella group Messengers Music Ministries, it emerged that its leader Oliver Joslyn Smith also known as OJ, was not just a man with a mesmerizing voice but gifted hands as well.
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The Free Souls Dance Theatre Company of Guyana in collaboration with the Theatre Guild of Guyana will stage its first production titled “This is Guyana” at the Theatre Guild on April 23, next Saturday.
The Indian Cultural Centre will host ‘Indian Arrival Fest 2016’ at the Arthur Chung Convention Centre on May 5. The event will be held in celebration of the 178th anniversary of the arrival of Indians to Guyana.