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CARABANA'S 'JANKOMBUM' AT REICHHOLD

St. John's Carabana Ensemble Theater Company presents the world premiere of the musical drama "Jankombum," by Eddie Donoghue, at the Reichhold Center for the Arts on St. Thomas. There will also be performances on Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25. Tickets are $25, with seating in the covered section only. Call 693-1559 for outlets or reservations.
The play depicts life, love, jealousy and betrayal in Danish West Indian slave society, focusing on a free black who seeks to foment revolt and a mulatto woman who marries a white missionary, triggering legal backlash from church authorities. Clarence Cuthbertson, Carabana artistic director, is directing the production.

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St. John's Carabana Ensemble Theater Company presents the world premiere of the musical drama "Jankombum," by Eddie Donoghue, at the Reichhold Center for the Arts on St. Thomas. There will also be performances on Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25. Tickets are $25, with seating in the covered section only. Call 693-1559 for outlets or reservations.
The play depicts life, love, jealousy and betrayal in Danish West Indian slave society, focusing on a free black who seeks to foment revolt and a mulatto woman who marries a white missionary, triggering legal backlash from church authorities. Clarence Cuthbertson, Carabana artistic director, is directing the production.