Waitukubuli Dance Theatre Company celebrates 43 years

dance showcaseThe Waitukubuli Dance Theatre Company celebrates its 43rd anniversary with a dance production entitled “DOMINICA DANCE SHOWCASE”.

The event, which is a repeat of a show staged last year November, is scheduled to take place at the Arawak House of Culture on Friday April 25th and Saturday April 26th 2014 from 8 p.m.

There will also be a performance at the Arbeedee Cinema in Portsmouth on Saturday May 3rd 2014 from 8 p.m.

The show forms part of DOMFESTA Celebrations 2014.

The latest dance production from the Waitukubuli Dance Theatre Company will feature new dance presentations by the Senior, Intermediate and Junior sections of the Company.

The choreography of the various dances was created by the Artistic Director, Raymond Lawrence, and Assistant Artistic Directors Mickael Ferrol and Dorelle Diolen.

The Artistic Director of the Dance Company says that this year’s production will be a very exciting and colourful one and he is inviting the general public to come out and support dance in Dominica and to also enjoy a relaxing evening of wonderful and thrilling entertainment.

Tickets for the shows at Arawak are $20 and tickets for the show at the Arbeedee Cinema in Portsmouth will be $15. Tickets are available at Depex and from Waitukubuli members.

The dance company was founded in 1971 and has staged numerous shows in Dominica and in several Caribbean countries and also outside of the region.

The total membership of the Company now stands at about 50 strong.

The group’s most recent performances this year took place at the Carnival Queen Show and the Teenage Pageant.

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  1. Teacher
    April 21, 2014

    Congrats. Does a 4 year old have to pay twenty too, or is it best this age group do not attend? Waiting response.

  2. stephen
    April 19, 2014

    While both parties are fighting for power no one is interested in the arts, only two comments .If it was roro or politricks it would get 100 or more. While im at it the country needs cleaning . I dont mean change, I mean the the rubbish that is thrown everywhere.

  3. love I
    April 17, 2014

    Congrats!!!!!! we will be here…

  4. MUDD
    April 17, 2014


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