National Dance Theatre Company (NDTC)

at 4 Tom Redcam Avenue , Kingston

Website:, Twitter and Instagram: @ndtcjamaica, Tumblr: NDTC is a voluntary organization of dedicated artists.

National Dance Theatre Company (NDTC)
4 Tom Redcam Avenue
Contact Phone
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General Info

A note of exhortation was added in 1962: “For the objectives to be achieved, it is necessary that work in the dance be done under laboratory conditions with the application of hard work and dedication to the dance and the arts in general by the best material available, working together over a period of time in a sustained programme of training and presentation.” The objectives have remained a general guide throughout the Company’s existence and the founding of the Jamaica School of Dance (now the School of Dance, Edna Manley College) followed by the NDTC Trainee Classes was all part of the mission. As non-salaried professional company, the NDTC has been guided by certain values arising out of the aims and objectives. Central to this is the need for its members to apply self-discipline, commitment and artistic integrity, coupled with the desire to work together for the development of a truly Jamaican dance theatre form, on a voluntary basis. The Company is made up of Dancers, Singers, Musicians and Creative Technicians. Recruitment into the Company as indicated below applies largely to dancers but parallel procedures exist for all other categories with a period of “probation” applying for other recruits (e.g. singers and musicians) where appropriate.

Company Rating

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Benton Morris, NDTC's latest recruit in the Disney production of Lion King, UK. Morris follows in the footsteps of a number of other NDTC members who have performed in this iconic production including Tovah-Marie Bembrigde, Kerry-Ann Henry Candice Morris, David Blake, Jermaine Rowe, Deborah Powell, Shelley-Ann Maxwell.

Published on 2014-11-09 15:21:09 GMT

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