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Sagicor backs the arts

Operation Triple Threat Students performing in their stage production Fame! Jr.

One talented scholarship student got a taste of “Fame”, thanks to Sagicor Life Inc, when the Operation Triple Threat performing arts camp staged the musical “Fame! Jr.” at the Frank Collymore Hall. Currently in its second year, the camp offered training in the disciplines of singing, acting and dance to 40 enthusiastic and talented students.

Operation Triple Threat was conceptualized by vocalist and music educator Janelle Headley-Newton when she realised there were insufficient training programmes in Barbados which could groom young performers into ‘triple threats’, that is, performers who are talented in all three disciplines. Headley-Newton explained, “I strongly believe that a performing arts camp as unique as

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