1995-1996 Season

Artistic Director: Fleurette Fernando

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The Children of Kush Arising

(1995-1996)

A collective creation
Concept by Osei Alleyne

Directed and Choreographed by Fleurette Fernando

CAST

Mick Antoine
Marc Collingwood
Amanda Strawn

CREATIVE TEAM

Stage Manager: Tania Best
Dancer/Assistant Choreographer: Renée Douglas-Johnson
Director/Choreographer: Fleurette Fernando
Dancer/Assistant Choreographer: Irvin St-Louis
DJ: Derek Thout

 

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Ododo

(1996-1997)

April 1 – 14, 1996
Monument National

Written by Joseph A. Walker
Directed & Choreographed by Fleurette Fernando

 

CAST

Amanda Strawn
Dawn Tyler Watson
Denese Matthews
Alexander Chapman
Arthur Lee Rose
Don Jordan
Character A/Political Activist
Character B/Junkie
Character C/Prostitute
Character D/Artist
Character E/Pimp
Character F/Lawyer

 

CREATIVE TEAM

Set Design: James Cameron
Lighting & Sound Design: David Hoare
Costume Design: Kevin Allwood (Nevik)
Production Manager: Kathryn Cleveland
Stage Manager: Normand Vincent
Production Assistants: Weifeng Tang & Tania Best
Publicist: Désirée Toussaint
Graphic Artist: Martin Pelletier
Artwork: Clement Grant
Lighting Crew: Lara Goldenberg & Mitch Jameson
Properties: Khoba Sysavane

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A Cat and a Dog

(1995-1996)

CAST

Sonia Patenaude
Henri Pardo
Kerrilyn Keith
Donna Forde
Loy the Cat
Dog
Chipmunk/Tiger
Bluejay/Snake

CREATIVE TEAM

Stage Manager: Lara Goldenberg
Set Designer: Ana Thomas Rousseau

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VISION

Our 10th annual Vision Celebration Gala honoured musician/actor Salome Bey with the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Achievement Award.

Touch of drama: Singer Salome Bey opts for the flamboyant look these days. Her dress is made from 50 brightly-colored neckties.