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Massy Trinidad All Stars and Sparrow have had
a close affinity for decades, the band having won
much acclaim in 1984 for its rendition of Sparrow s
Road March Doh Back Back. Said Sparrow: "Con-
gratulate Berry (manager Beresford Hunte) and Smooth
(arranger Leon Edwards) on their achievements and
making me a happy man this Carnival. When I saw
the band on Carnival day I said now that is mas ,"
Sparrow said he will be in and out of the country
regularly this year as he is booked for several engage-
ments. Up to last Sunday he performed at Iere Theatre
Productions and Canboulay Productions production
of Ten to One, at the Southern Academy for the Per-
forming Arts (SAPA), San Fernando.
The freak next door
Veteran actor Raymond Choo Kong is funny but
Carolyn Taylor was downright hilarious when Party
Done for the Freak Next Door premiered last weekend
at Queen s Hall, St Ann s. Produced by Raymond
Choo Kong Productions (RCKP) and First Instinct,
the play stars Cecilia Salazar, Arnold "Peenie" Goind-
han, Kevon Brooks, Trevor C Jugmohan, Choo Kong
What surprised me early o clock about the play
was there was absolutely no reference to the soca hit
Party Done by Machel Montano and Angela Hunte,
nor even the closest connection to the bacchanal
issues of the just concluded Carnival. Nonetheless,
it was well-scripted and came across well-rehearsed
on opening night.
Portraying the ditzy Pauline, wife of "village ram"
Ron (Goindhan), Taylor was given some really funny
lines while Choo Kong, as Barry Clarke, was his nor-
mal self, portraying the stereotypical feisty "Chinee
man" we ve seen him as before. The most excitable
character of the cast was Cecilia Salazar in the role
of Janice, wife of Barry. Jugmohan, also the play s
Cecilia Salazar and Raymond Choo Kong in a scene
from Party Done for the Freak Next Door.
PHOTO: ANDRE ALEXANDER
producer, was casted as Alan, a deadpan
character, young son of Barry and Janice.
Brooks plays persistent police officer Cur-
tis.Party Done for the Freak Next Door was
reprised last night at CLR James Auditorium,
Cipriani Labour College, Churchill Roosevelt
Highway, Valsayn, and runs at this venue
until Sunday evening.
Dancehall in the jazz
Things are progressing nicely for this
year s Tobago Jazz Experience (TJE) and two
Caribbean stars have been added to the mix.
Jamaican dancehall stars Romain Virgo and
Busy Signal have been added to an already
star-studded cast for the 2015 Tobago Jazz
Experience. The two will join the legendary
David Rudder who has also been added to
the TJE cast along with local acts Kes the
Band and this year s International Groovy
Soca Monarch, Olatunji.
They will be part of the Experience that
includes mega stars Jennifer Hudson, Miguel,
Kool & the Gang and Jill Scott, in what
promises to be another huge TJE.
The Experience, which is much more
than music, takes place from April 19 to
April 26 and will begin in Speyside, with
shows all over the island, culminating in a
weekend of music, fun, food and dance at
the picturesque Pigeon Point Heritage Park.
Announcements of additional artistes will
be made as the build-up to the festival con-
• For more information, please go to www-
tobagojazzexperience.com or the Facebook
page at www.facebook. com/tobagojazzex-
'Choo Kong's Freak Next Door downright hilarious'
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