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end its run at
tomorrow and Sunday. The
play features a stellar cast
and crew that includes
Glenn Davis, Debra Boucaud
Mason, Corrine Browne, Ria
Ali and Leslie Ann Lavine.
It is directed by Boucaud
Mason and Ragoobarsingh
and with set design by Ricar-
The hilarious comedy rais-
es several questions: What
happens when a prominent
older man marries a younger
girl? Is he a minister of gov-
ernment? Why are older men
attracted to younger women
and exactly who is using
A prominent older man
ends up with a sexy young
girl from Brasso Seco and
bacchanal begins to brew in
the family. The ex-wife and
son are on the attack, the
maid is in the middle and a
seduction is being planned
to expose all. But who will
be exposed? All of this action
set in Carnival 2014; the Car-
nival edition of Men Are
The questions and comedy
continue: "Do women
manipulate men to achieve
their own ends or is it the
men that control? Or do women let
the men think they are in control? Why
is the rich businessman tied up? Is it
something to do with a bust or buss
up? What are his son, his friend and
wife up to? It's bacchanal and a night
of incredible comedic fun that will
make you forget about everything and
just enjoy the beginning of the theatre
Friday, April 11, 2014 www.guardian.co.tt Guardian
50 Shades of Gravy
will run at Central Bank
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The Department of Creative
and Festival Arts (DCFA) at the
University of the West Indies, St
Augustine, will presents its annu-
al student production titles Same
Dr Efebo Wilkinson's award-
winning play, Same Khaki Pants
first performed 30 years ago by
the Mausica Best Village group is
on at the Little Carib Theatre,
White and Roberts Street, Wood-
brook, until Sunday.
The full-length play, which is
set in the wartime era of 1945,
depicts aspects of the life of the
American Army men at the
Wallerfield Base and its negative
impacts on the borough of Arima.
The show produced by students
in the BA in Theatre Arts pro-
gramme played to full houses last
week at the UWI Learning
Show times are 8 pm daily, and
6 pm on Sunday. General admis-
sion tickets are cost $100. Tertiary
students with student ID pay $75,
and secondary students pay $50.
Tickets can be purchased at the
DCFA, Agostini Street, St Augus-
tine. More info at 662-2002 ext.
82510 or 645-19558.
If you missed 50 Shades of
Gravy the first time it is back by
public demand at the Central
Bank Auditorium. The AbeoJack-
sonProductions sold-out its
three-night run a and is ready to
give "more gravy."
All the right gravy ingredients
come in the talents of the sizzling
cast which includes Penelope
Spencer, Cecelia Salazar, Debra
Boucaud Mason, Nikki Crosby,
Abeo Jackson as well as Kearn
Samuel and Arnold Goindhan.
Dancers Ramona Tim Kee, Zakiyah
Savary and Moriba Francis cho-
reographed by Jackson herself will
keep the gravy bubbling.
Speaking about the response ot
the play artistic director Abeo Jack-
son said: "I am completely over-
whelmed by the Gravy' experi-
ence. Without the guidance of the
show's writer and director extra-
ordinaire Penelope Spencer, my
stage manager Gregory Singh and
the dedication and energy of each
and every member of the Gravy'
cast and team, this force that is
50 Shades of Gravy would never
have been manifest. The amazing
response we are getting from audi-
ences really should rest at their
feet, not mine."
The repeat performances of 50
Shades of Gravy run at Central
Bank Auditorium will continue
tonight and tomorrow at 8.30 pm
and Sunday at 6.30 pm.
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