* FutureLearn, the online learning centre backed by
The Open University, is offering a free
4-week online course in filmmaking. The course is
actually being led by University of Birmingham and
starts late September. If you are interested in
making short movies,
follow this link.
We are pleased to announce that we have upgraded
our sound systems with the purchase of a
Behringer X32 digital console and S16 stage
box. Use of these items will be restricted to
trained technicians only. If you want to learn to
operate this advanced equipment, email
let James Gibb know.
* Many thanks to
Chris Gebhardt for providing the video of the
1995 CDS production of Godspell. You can view the
* We welcome Acorn Publishing a.k.a.
Explore Cayman as a new Platinum Sponsor.
For those who did not see it, the video of
The Woman In Black
is now available for viewing in HD. Enjoy this
classic piece of theatre and story-telling.
Click here to view it.
We are pleased to announce that our Theatre
Manager, Paul de Freitas, was honoured by
CNCF at the recent 2015 National Arts and Culture
Awards with the Gold Star for Creativity in the
DART Enterprises have joined us as a
Platinum patron and we look forward to a long
Welcome to our new Silver Patron, Off The Wall
Divers. Thank you, Tom, we appreciate your love of
Malcolm Ellis and Michelle Morgan are
producing Tripping Through, an independent
film based on the novel of the same name by Michelle
Facebook Page to stay up to date and email
Malcolm Ellis to express interest or ask
Quality DVD's are available for
Cocktails and Cabaret
and for Jekyll and Hyde.
Send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org for your personal copy.
We thank our 2015 season sponsors:
Butterfield Bank (Cayman) Ltd.,
Wheaton (Caymans) Ltd.
James and Leslie
Hurley's Entertainment and
Artisan Metal Works
Cayman National Bank
CentrePointe Dance Studio,
Fosters Food Fair,
Our Secret Agency and Sticks and Stones
(Silver) - we thank them all for their generosity and
support of the performing arts.