Drama society pokes TV style fun at local life

| 23/04/2014

(CNS): With titles such as ‘Restaurant Rollover’, ‘Northward Ritz’ and ‘FOI’ audiences can hazard a guess where CayTube Live a sketch comedy show presented by the Cayman Drama Society at the Prospect Playhouse is going. Producers are promising some adult but clean comedy which cross over the boundaries of life for both locals and resident ex-pats in Cayman.  A small team of comedy writers, led by Michelle Morgan have developed dozens of sketches with TV connections written with a Cayman slant to them.  Described as akin to watching a very fast-paced TV show with parody commercials where someone else has the remote control and is channel hopping, the show opens on 1 May.

CayTube Live features a mix of both Caymanians and expats, with many familiar faces from the local theatre scene, as well as some new ones.  The cast includes Julissa Castillo, Malcolm Ellis, Jacoline Frank, Gwynneth Hamilton, Mary Anne Kosa, Peter Kosa, Michael McLaughlin, Soraya Moghadass, Wendy Moore, Michelle Morgan, Teri Quappe, Vijay Singhera, Martin Tedd and Dominic Wheaton.

Performances are on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings from May 1 to May 17 at 7:30 PM.  The lobby bar opens at least half an hour before the show. There will be nine performances, and tickets cost $25 for adults and $10 for young people.

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