When theatre practitioner David Tulloch introduced the closure of the Phoenix Theatre in January, no a person believed that representational politics would be his subsequent shift. On the other hand, recently, he was appointed the People’s Nationwide Party’s (PNP) caretaker for the St Andrew North East constituency. This fulfils his lifelong dream, and results in history as the initially Jamaican theatre practitioner to operate for general public place of work.
In a telephone interview with The Gleaner, the history-creating thespian spoke about his selection.
“Truth be told, my two greatest passions in everyday living are people today and progress.