SOUTH FLORIDA – This Father’s Day weekend, South Florida theater goers will have the perfect opportunity to enjoy themselves or to treat that special father or husband as Sunshine Theater presents Jamaica’s #1 comedian, Keith ‘Shebada’ Ramsay in Michael Denton’s hit comedy play “KROSSES’.
Showtimes are as follows:
– Saturday, June 15th @ 8pm – Flanagan High School, 12800 Taft Street, Pembroke Pines
(Note Saturday’s change of venue from previous NMB Performing Arts Center)
– Sunday, June 16th @ 5pm & 8pm – Coral Springs Center for the Arts, 2855 Coral Springs Dr. Coral Springs.
Joining Shebada onstage again is his real life sister Etasia Ramsay who has appeared with him in the recent play `De Weddin Scamma’, Maxwell `Bashy’ Grant, Dainty Bellinfante, Junior Williams and Cavin Carty completes the cast of this hilarious play.
Watch previews of the play
Drama unfolds in this story that can only be described as a real life soap opera with a healthy dose of comedy, when Mavis (Dainty), a young mother of two decides that she is giving the children to the man she likes and not to the man who is the real father (as it is said in Jamaica “She gi de man jacket”).
Lashie (Shebada) a cook shop owner and the area drunkard Tippo (Maxwell) are the kings of gossip in the area and nothing remains a secret when they get knowledge of anything. Together they are the elements of confusion and mix up in this Jamaican soap opera. KROSSES shows the interconnection of folks in a simple living community and how the actions of one person can affect others living around them.
Tickets for this entertaining evening of laughter are $40 for general seating and $45 for the reserved seats and $50 VIP and are available from selected West Indian outlets throughout South Florida and the Coral Springs Box Office.
You can also visit, www.sunshinetheatrecompany.com to purchase tickets online or to get a preview of this play or other previous Sunshine presentations.
Following on the recent sold out success of `Delcita Coldwater’ in our presentation of Court House Drama where many procrastinators were not able to get tickets, we strongly recommend getting your tickets early to avoid this problem as we expect a similar demand, states Jackie Shaw.
For additional information, group or early bird discounts, call the Sunshine hotline at 786-237-5493.
Sponsors for this event includes Western Union, National Weekly Newspaper , Caribcast TV and First Choice Auto Repairs.