[Entertainment]:::Secret Lovers

No. 55 Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Free mulatto slave, Millie (powerfully portrayed by a stunning Noelle Kerr), steals a kiss from the new bookkeeper Robert (Keiran King, perhaps in his best role ever!) by the waterfall in White Witch, now playing to packed houses at The Fairfield Theatre, Montego Bay.

   White Witch is a musical folk-drama written by Jane Crichton and directed by Douglas Prout.
   Already it has been hailed as "a must-see". It delivers incredible performances from a large and energetic cast, an exciting, original music score by David Tulloch, riveting dances, terrific live drumming and many poignant scenes of humour and drama.
   It plays on Fridays at Saturdays at 8pm and on this Sunday February 21, at 3 p.m. and at 7 p.m.
   Tickets are still available.
   Already plans are being made to have limited performances in Kingston on the Easter weekend of April 3, 4 and 5.
   Most performances have been sold out, so it is highly recommended to call early and make reservations to witness a strong cast led by Maylynne Walton as Annie Palmer herself.

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