When theatre practitioner David Tulloch announced the closure of the Phoenix Theatre in January, no a person thought that representational politics would be his next transfer. Nonetheless, a short while ago, he was appointed the People’s Nationwide Party’s (PNP) caretaker for the St Andrew North East constituency. This fulfils his lifelong dream, and makes record as the to start with Jamaican theatre practitioner to operate for public place of work.
In a telephone job interview with The Gleaner, the record-creating thespian spoke about his conclusion.
“Truth be told, my two greatest passions in lifetime are folks and progress. And I guess which is why I have been in theatre for so extended. Simply because you get to interact with a lot of folks at distinct stages, and you have the prospect to be progressive. The top bearing are folks and progress, as in politics.”
Tulloch is the son of