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NDTC to perform in South Florida from October 1-3

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The National Dance Theatre Company of Jamaica (NDTC), which is celebrating 60 years this year, will perform over three days in South Florida from October 1 to 3.

The NDTC will have its first performance at the Miami-Dade Cultural Center on October 1. From there the company will move to the Miramar Cultural Center for a performance on October 2. They will also give a free performance at the same location on October 3 for schoolchildren.

The NDTC is being hosted by the Louise Bennett-Coverley Heritage Council in conjunction with the Jamaican Consulate in Miami.

They last performed in Florida in 2010.

The NDTC has performed to critical acclaim in the international arena in regions such as the Caribbean, North, Central and South America and Europe. Their wide-ranging repertoire reflects the creative imagination and cultural experiences of Jamaica and the Caribbean through the lens of choreographers hailing from Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti, Barbados and the United States.

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