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Jamaica’s culture icon Nettleford unconscious in DC

Posted by on January 29, 2010



Rex Nettleford. IAN ALLEN PHOTO

Jamaica’s culture icon, Vice-Chancellor Emeritus of the University of the West Indies (UWI), Professor Ralston Miller

5 Responses to Jamaica’s culture icon Nettleford unconscious in DC

  1. patricia

    surely you meant eddie thomas as co founder

  2. admin

    Thank you for your welcomed input.
    Please read Jamaica celebrates – Formation of NDTC
    “The National Dance Theatre Company (NDTC) of Jamaica was formed in 1962 following the Independence Gala Show Roots and Rhythms, with the blessing of the Minister of Development and Welfare, headed by the then minister, the Hon Edward Seaga. It was actually formed at a meeting held in Chancellor Hall on the UWI Mona campus.

    Founding members were Sheila Barnett, Audley Butler, Joyce and Shirley Campbell, Bridget and Maureen Casserly, Ronan Critchlow, Yvonne daCosta, Barbara Grant, Mavis Lai, Rosalie Markes, Monica McGowan, Bert Rose, Gertrude Sherwood and Pansy Silvera (dancers) Joyce Lalor (vocal soloist), George Carter (lighting director) and Verona Ashman (secretary) with Eddy Thomas and Rex Nettleford as co-directors and choreographers.”

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