“Sing De Chorus” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Guardian
Date Published: Wednesday 10th June 2015

According to production director Deborah Jean-Baptiste-Samuel, in a statement on the programme, it proved “an exhilarating challenge to transform the properly manicured teenaged ladies of St Francois Girls College into battle-ready calypsonians of the 1930s” for their roles in Rawle Gibbons’ calypso musical Sing De Chorus.

The successful result stemming from that challenge was vividly demonstrated when the premiere of the institution’s three-night tenth anniversary production was staged at Queen’s Hall in St Ann’s last Friday evening before an audience comprising parents, peers, and well-wishers.

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