Dahlia Harris Will Challenge the ROCK on Sunday!

What are you doing on Sunday morning? Well, here’s a very good way to spend it. Lunch and a stimulating talk with the people at ROCK! What a great acronym, standing for the Royal Optimist Club of Kingston – a dedicated group of young Jamaicans, who have been quietly doing some really good work. I wrote … More Dahlia Harris Will Challenge the ROCK on Sunday!

“Woman Tongue” – An Absorbing Theatrical Experience Gets Ready for a Short Run

I wish to congratulate writer, publisher, entrepreneur (and now playwright) Tanya Batson-Savage on her first play, “Woman Tongue,” now running for a very limited period in Kingston. In fact, there are only six performances, so do make sure you catch one. Highly recommended!  Here is the press release: April 21, 2016 Woman Tongue Gets Ready … More “Woman Tongue” – An Absorbing Theatrical Experience Gets Ready for a Short Run

The Ice Princess Rules Our Hearts: Turandot at the Met

My father’s mother was an emotional woman. My most vivid memory of her was enthroned on the sofa, propped up by cushions and Pekinese dogs, with a delicate handkerchief in one hand – her lower lip trembling. My grandmother was a well built woman, and the fragile handkerchief was completely inadequate for her size as … More The Ice Princess Rules Our Hearts: Turandot at the Met