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Rebirth House 25th Anniversary
Venue: Communication Workers
Union Hall, Henry Street, Port-of-
Time: 9 am--3 pm.
(Registration: 8 am)
Justice of the Peace Association
regular executive meeting.
Venue: Chaguanas Borough
Time: 9 am.
Trinidad All Stars Association
More info: 681-7178.
Venue: 63 Duke Street,
Time: 11 am.
Mr & Ms Summer Star Pageant.
Advance: $50; door: $60.
More info: 790-7370
Venue: Creative Arts Centre, San
Time: 4 pm.
Songbirds Live presents Moricia
Venue: La Cantina, 12 Victoria
Time: 8 pm.
CG Promotions hosts Wonderful
Venue: Second Division Police
Mess, Long Circular Road, St James.
Time: 8.30 pm.
Kaiso Fuh So.
Venue: De Nu Pub (The Mas
Time: 8.30 pm.
Cancer Walk for Jesus
Registration: 628 0901/788 1829.
Venue: Queen's Park Savannah
(opposite bpTT), Queen's Park
Time: 7 am.
Trinbago Unified Calypsonians
Organisation (Tuco) 12th AGM
and elections of officers.
Venue: VIP Lounge, Queen's Park
Time: 9 am.
Paria Publishing Company Ltd's
launch of Gerard A Besson's From
the Gates of Aksum.
Venue: Lodge Philanthropic, 9
Herbert Street, Woodbrook.
Time: 5 pm.
Trini Revellers launches The Sultan
Palace, for C2K14.
Venue: Pier 1, Chaguaramas.
Time: 10 pm.
The Candice Clarke Academy of
Dance and The Creola Company
Venue: Queen's Hall, St Ann's.
Time: 7.30 pm.
SMARA Cancer Support Group
annual family day.
Venue: Skinner Park, San Fernando
Time: Noon--6 pm
Mary Could Dance will take a final dance
at Naparima Bowl on Saturday and Sun-
After 16 years of support from theatre
lovers, the Independence Day Lagniappe
will be the final call. Written by Richard
Ragoobarsingh, the play is the most popular,
loved and awarded play in T&T s theatre
The dynamic play, which has been her-
alded as an unparalleled exemplar of local
theatre, is finally coming to an end. Mary
Could Dance has been showcased in Grena-
da, St Vincent, Barbados, St Lucia and Ire-
land where it has been received consistently
with standing ovations.
Mary drops the curtain with the proud
achievement of having won 11 of 15 Cacique
Theatre awards, a record that still stands.
Directed by Raymond Choo Kong it fea-
tures a stellar cast which includes Penelope
Spencer, Cecilia Salazar, Richard Ragoo-
barsingh, Glenn Davis, Dionne McNicol
Stephenson and Roger Dickie.
The warm and sometimes scandalous
comedy looks at what happens when three
dancers/prostitutes face the return of one
of their group s first love after living years
in the United States. The scenarios range
from exotic dancing, to catfights, to romance,
to the antics of the scandalous pimp/bar
owner Mule. Showtime is 8.30 pm on Sat-
urday and 6.30 pm, Sunday.
Tickets are available at Bhagan s Drug
Store, Price Plaza, Chaguanas, 672-9514
Hi-Lo food stores at Marabella and Gulf
• For more info: 338-6024 or 744-7581.
Naparima Bowl Box Office 657-8770.
The Archbishop and the Prime Minister, by Ralph
Maraj, will have its premiere run in Port-of-Spain
at the Central Bank Auditorium, October 11-13. The
play was scheduled to open at Napa, South, next
month but will return to its home base later in the
The work has been described as a "hard-hitting
and hilarious political satire that takes no partisan
political sides but explores the political culture of
Trinidad and Tobago".
In the play the country s archbishop is moved by
genuine concern for his society and steps out of his
crease to speak with conviction on national issues.
He runs afoul of the prime minister who must take
steps to stop the archbishop whose sermons and
statements resonate with a wide cross-section of the
society, deepening the discontent with the way the
country is being governed.
The conflict between these two leaders is at the
heart of the drama and it is all happening with a
general election approaching.
Ralph Maraj plays the prime minister and Hubert
Ramlal is the archbishop. Tickets at $150 will soon
be on sale at Nigel R Khan in West Mall, Ellerslie
Plaza, Long Circular Mall, Trincity, Price Plaza, and
Grand Bazaar and Vanity Fair in Valpark, and can be
booked by calling 657-1086.
Archbishop and PM
come to town
Mary's final dance at the Bowl
After 16 years Mary Could Dance will give its final performance this weekend.
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