A six city tour of General Macbeth: Castle Pon the Sand opens August 21, 2010 at the Toronto Centre For The Arts. Additional performances will be held in Ottawa, Hamilton, Etobicoke, Mississauga and Scarborough as part of the I Love The Caribbean Movement.
The Scotiabank Toronto Caribbean Carnival is an exciting three-week cultural explosion of Caribbean music, cuisine, revelry as well as visual and performing arts.
The festival takes place at various locations in Toronto engaging many sectors of our city and citizens. Pre-festival activities include the Calypso Tents Music Series featuring The Professionals, Kaiso Forum, De Masters Cove from June 10 to July 10, at various venues across the GTA. This year`s festival features a NEW event – a sporting event in partnership with the Canada Rugby League.
According to Share Newspaper, Toronto can’t seem to get enough of Devon Haughton’s MI GET MI LANDED.
Which is why Lolita Entertainment is bringing this hilarious and thought-provoking Jamaican comedy back to the Rozz Entertainment Complex October 16, 2010 and to Sir John A MacDonald Secondary School October 17,2010.
With a stellar class that includes Terri Salmon, Oraldeen Brown, David Smith, John Phillips, Sharon Campbell and Damian Brown, Mi Get Mi Landed has received tremendous praise and respect from patrons, journalists, investors and movie makers alike.
In fact, according to the Share Newspaper, “”I have only one word to describe Mi Get Mi Landed, and that is FABULOUS!! Devon really outdid himself this time around. Each time he comes out with a play it tops the previous. It was also good casting. All the performers were absolutely wonderful, and as always, it was a pleasure seeing Terri, Judy and David again.”
“I highly recommend this play for anyone who hasn’t seen it as yet. I promise you,
Caribbeans are amongst the most creative and entrepreneurial people on the planet. Rinkah Entertainment the producers of General Macbeth: Castle Pon De Sand launches an innovative awareness initiative to recognize them.