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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – This year’s celebrations of Independence will involve many who witnessed or participated in the original events, as youngsters. 

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – This year’s celebrations of Independence will involve many who witnessed or participated in the original events, as youngsters. 

From a young boy, just happy to be part of the Independence Show, to now the director of the 50th Anniversary show.

In 1973 Philip Burrows was a 16-year-old student at Aquinas College.

The shools’ boys choir won the national arts festival that year and were automatically selected to participate in the Independence Cultural Show.

That experience was so profound for Burrows he went on to dedicate his life’s work to producing and directing.

Today the artistic director of Ring Play Productions is one of the creatives behind the 50th Anniversary show.

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