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Published:Sunday | September 14, 2014 | 12:00 AM
'Sculpture in Rhythm' performed by the Bob Reneau Dance Troupe at the Creative Arts Centre in 1972, on the occasion of Belize Week put on by the British Honduras students of the University of the West Indies.
Glenis Johns of Tivoli Gardens Comprehensive High School performs 'Cuss Cuss' at the Ward Theatre in 1995, as part of the Jamaica Cultural Development Centre's National Performing Arts finals.
Yanique Jolly, student of Vaz Prep School, reciting a poem, 'The Idiot', done in standard English at the launching of Parish Culture Day Concert of Performing Arts and Awards Presentation for the Corporate Area (Kingston and St Andrew) on Tuesday, March 5, 1985, at the Little Theatre.
'Lou and Ranny': Louise Bennett and Ranny Williams with their 'bank book' in hand add a comic touch to the parade in 1968. -FILE
In jubilant mood: Shirley Aub and Jeremy Woodley in a scene from Norman Rae's production of the James Saunder's play - see full caption
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In jubilant mood:Shirley Aub and Jeremy Woodley in a scene from Norman Rae's production of the James Saunder's play 'A Scent of Flowers', which was presented at the UWI Creative Arts Theatre. The play opened on April 23, 1969, as part of the Season of Two plays presented at the theatre in honour of the retiring vice-chancellor of the University of the West Indies, Sir Philip Sherlock.