Cathi Levy’s ‘IMAGINE’ set to amaze audiences

Cathi Levy’s ‘IMAGINE’ set to amaze audiences

Written by Editor

Topics: Film & Theatre

A fusion of unique and fascinating art forms, Cathi Levy’s “IMAGINE” promises to deliver a kaleidoscopic theatrical experience of light, colour and movement that has never before been witnessed in Jamaica. Scheduled for May 10 – 12 and 17 – 19 at the National Indoor Sports Centre, the show will feature amazing “theatre-in-black” with black light puppetry; “choreosign” – a synthesis of hands and bodies communicating in sign language; movement and mosaic; and “Pantomime” – the art of silent fantasy.

Cathi Levy

Cathi Levy

Operating under the umbrella of repertory company Storybook Theatre Productions Limited, staging and production manager Cathi Levy, a former Miss Jamaica, is supported by choreographers Paula Shaw and Onaje Bell, soundtrack creator Jon Williams, music composer/arranger Michael Sean Harris, master props creator Jeremy Thorpe of A&E Puppets (Sesame Street Live, Disney), scenic designer Ron Steger and leading flying effects company ZFX.

With a brilliant cast of 30 hearing and deaf performers, “IMAGINE” offers an eclectic programme of 14 awe-inspiring works drawn from the repertoire of the Cathi Levy Players, a seminal musical theatre company founded by Levy in 1984, as well as a number of new works including tributes to Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and John Lennon. The show promises to be a treat that is “not magic…but magical”.

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IMAGINE
IMAGINE

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