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An Everlasting Love
The Love Movement has pulled out all the stops to make their 40th-anniversary concert the most memorable in their history. “It’s obvious,” said musical director Bernadette Laughlin-Scott, “that God chose only the best to lend their support to make this event truly unforgettable for all who will be privileged to witness this production.”
Under the direction of Dr Helmer Hilwig, the creative design of Brian Mac Farlane, the lighting design of Curtis Bachan and crew and thesound of Treldon Thompson, added to the choice of music and the touch of Laughlin-Scott, An Everlasting Love offers feelings of peace, love and hope for the future.
In a release, the group said 190 members of the cast, made up of the Lights of Love Children’s Choir, the Republic Bank Love Movement Youth Outreach Group and the Senior Choir, have put energy, love and support into this production.
Family members and parents have burnt the midnight oil to ensure all the costumes and props are ready, said the release. As usual the dramatic movement and choreography created by Lesley Lewis-Alleyne, along with Adrian Daniel and Franchesca Williams-Vazzana, will add a special Love Movement signature to the production.
Tickets are $250 and $200. All seats are reserved and are available at the Queen’s Hall Box office today and Sunday from 10 am until showtime.
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