Hit Jamaican Play, GhettOut comes to South Florida

MIRAMAR – Sunshine Theatre Company and Stages Production are pleased to present GhettOut, the sensational Jamaican comedy play to South Florida theatre goers in early April.

There will be 3 shows :

– Saturday, April 2nd @ 8.00pm,- Miramar High School, 3601 SW 89th Ave. Miramar, Fl.

– Sunday, April 3rd @ 4pm & 8pm – Coral Springs High School, 7201 Sample Rd. Coral Springs Fl.

Written by Michael Denton, GhettOut is a murder mystery topped with large portions of comedic entertainment. This is another quality presentation from Stages Production that has been attracting tremendous mass audiences since its opening early August last year.

According to Chairman of Stages Productions, Mr. Bunny Allen, “ there is a constant demand for our brand of shows both locally and overseas because our customers have come to rely on our ability to deliver extremely entertaining productions. We take that responsibility very seriously and ensure that each production meets the standard or even surpasses the bar set by previous shows”. To date more people have seen GhettOut than any other Jamaican play.

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The cast is led by the talented and ever popular Keith ‘Shebada’ Ramsay, who has his hands full with trying to solve the murder mystery. He brings the energy, drama, struggles and excitement of the ghetto to life plus there is always the allure of his feisty attitude and catchy phrases. Joining Shebada on stage is Maylynne Lowe, Maxwell Grant, Orville Hall, Abigail Grant, Luke Ellington and Junior Williams.

GhettOut tells the story of Barbara who is now a whopping million dollars richer following the mysterious death of her husband in the United States. She however faces a major hurdle, how to retrieve the cash and transport it to Jamaica without being detected. She teams up with ‘Ruler’ who through his questionable connections engineers a plot to ensure its ‘safe’ passage through customs. These contacts include the MP who offers to help her if she can persuade the ghetto people to sell their land to make way for a new housing development and 2 corrupt police officers who are driven by greed and eager to get in on the business.

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