Com­edy Play for Saint Lu­cia In­de­pen­dence in Brook­lyn

The Star (St. Lucia) - - LOCAL -

Agroup of Saint Lu­cian ac­tors and ac­tresses will make you laugh and rem­i­nisce over Caribbean folk tales about the Soucouyant and Obeah Woman in the play “Zin­gay”.

The play is pro­duced by Heat Wave Pro­duc­tions un­der the aus­pices of the Of­fice of the Con­sulate Gen­eral of Saint Lu­cia in New York. It will be staged as part of ac­tiv­i­ties to cel­e­brate the is­land’s 37th an­niver­sary of in­de­pen­dence.

“Zin­gay” was writ­ten by ac­com­plished Trinida­dian play­wright Fred­die Kis­soon. It will be staged at the Brook­lyn Mu­sic School The­ater, 126 St. Felix Street, Brook­lyn on Satur­day, 20th Fe­bru­ary from 8 pm.

Tick­ets are $30 and are avail­able on­line at “zin­gay.”, Con­rad’s Bak­ery on Utica Ave., Of­fices of the Con­sulate Gen­eral or by call­ing 1-347-692-9428.

This group is re­turn­ing to the stage af­ter many re­quests since the suc­cess­ful show­ing of its last play “Let­ter from Leonora” in 2013.

Karen Joseph and Cur­tis Browne play the lead roles. The sup­port­ing roles are played by Tala Al­bert, Mar­lon Gervis and Sharon James. The play is di­rected by Pro­fes­sor Faith Arm­strong and Mar­lon Gervis is the Ex­ec­u­tive Pro­ducer.

Saint Lu­cian ac­tors based in Brook­lyn dur­ing a dress re­hearsal

for an up­com­ing play.

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