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NDTC dancers in Rex Nettleford’s Ancestral Dance-work. Photograph courtesy Maria Layacona

The Jamaica’s National Dance Theatre Company: renewal and resistance

Issue 88 (November/December 2007) | 0 comments
Jamaica’s National Dance Theatre Company celebrated its 45th anniversary this year. Founder Professor Rex Nettleford looks back at its history

Ritual of the Sunrise, choreographed by Rex Nettleford. Photograph by Denis Valentine

Rex Nettleford on Keeping “Caribbeanness” Alive In Dance

Issue 58 (November/December 2002) | 0 comments
Rex Nettleford celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Jamaica National Dance Theatre

Outward reach: Rex Nettleford dancing in the National Dance Theatre Company of Jamaica's production of Kumina. Nettleford is the company's founder and principal choreographer. Photograph by Jacqueline Gannie

Rex Nettleford: A Voice from the Caribbean

Issue 9 (Spring 1994) | 0 comments
Jamaica's Rex Nettleford, one of the most influential figures in the cultural and intellectual life of the Caribbean, talks about his bold new book

1948, first students from the Eastern Caribbean arrive in Jamaica. Photograph by UWI

Golden Jubilee: UWI at 50

Issue 32 (July/August 1998) | 0 comments
Rex Nettleford and Hilary Sherlock on the first 30 years of the University of the West Indies