Dance Caribe Performing Company (DCPC) will be staging their second exciting Caribbean dance dinner-theatre production, “VINI TAY-LAY-LAY” a special 2 night only presentation with The Frontline Drumming Company of Trinidad & Tobago on November 22nd & 23rd 2008. This award-winning dance company prides itself on consistently fulfilling its motto of “preserving through dance, the cultural diversity of the Caribbean.”
DCPC’s “Vini Tay-lay-lay” (meaning “Come in Style”) will showcase the mélange of dance styles unique to the Caribbean, with a repertoire of pieces entirely different than the last dinner-theatre event!
La Pastora Suite, African Swazi, Calypso/Limbo, Afro-Caribbean & East Indian performed in contemporary and traditional styles. The show is directed and choreographed by DCPC’s founder, and Artistic Director Martin Scott-Pascall.
Dance Caribe Performing Company makes several special guest appearances here at home and abroad. They were Canadian Ambassadors at the Dominica Festival of Arts (DOMFESTA) and Cultural Ambassadors in Trinidad & Tobago in May 2007. They donate their talents to worthwhile charitable fund-raisers and Community events, including CANFAR’s (Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research).
Please join us on Saturday November 22nd for an evening starting promptly at 7:30pm with dinner, followed by the production and wrapping up the night with the after party!
Sunday November 23rd will be an earlier start at 5:30pm with dinner then finishing the evening with the show. All happening at the De Great Iron Pot 55 Nugget Ave @ McCowan, Scarborough. For this showcase of talent, DCPC will be joined by special guest performers: The Frontline Drumming Company of Trinidad & Tobago led by Roger Pascall, M.C Earl La Pierre, Singer Nikeisha Toussaint, Female Pannist Joy Lapps, Calypsonian King Cosmos, Music by DJ T&T Sound and many more.
DCPC has always enjoyed the support of local audiences for all of their major productions. "Vini Tay-lay-lay” promises to deliver the vivid and energetic dance performances that local audiences have come to know, love and expect from Dance Caribe Performing Company. We look forward to seeing you there!!
Advance tickets will cost $25.00 per person and $30.00 at the door, and $20 each for Seniors & Children 12 & under.
++ There are no group rates for this event. These shows WILL SELL OUT so please buy your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment!++
For more information, and/or to book tickets, please contact 416-292-8706, 416-575-8646 or check Dance Caribe’s website at www.dancecaribe.com
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