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In the case of the older ritual drama, however, the enactment is addressed not to the audience but to the god or ancestor whose favor is sought. Parts of the ritual may be considered too sacred for public viewing and may be performed in secret by priests only. Finally, ritual drama is not simply commemorative but also aimed at persuading the deity addressed to grant some need that is crucial to the community's welfare. The community knows that the god's favor will not be withheld provided the ritual is performed in an acceptable way.
Douglass's company, now called the American Comedians, thought it prudent to return to Jamaica in 177475 for their second visit to the island. Many of the players would remain there for up to a decade, waiting for the end of the revolutionary war; others would take up permanent residence on the island. In theory Douglass was still in charge of the company, but he had become interested in setting up a printing estab- Page 25 lishment in Kingston, leaving Lewis Hallam and John Henry as co-managers of the troupe.
The best of these groups recruited their members from young adults who had been trained in secondary schools and, as may be expected, clubs were formed along social and racial lines. Thus in 1849, after a new theatre had been built in Kingston and amateurs were vying to use it regularly, among those presenting plays were two all-black groups called the Ethiopian Amateur Society and the Numidian Amateur Association. From time to time amateurs would opt for a career in the theatre and become professionals, traveling out of Jamaica to play on foreign boards.