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Bailout goes to NAPA south
Multiple Cacique Award winner Debra Boucaud Mason nailed the role of Bernice Jenkins in Ricardo Samuel’s latest play— Bailout—last weekend.
Staged before sold-out audiences at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s, Boucaud Mason played the spiritual adviser to Clarence Dudley, played by veteran thespian Glenn Davis, a filthy rich insurance company/investment bank owner. It was just a couple months ago that Boucaud Mason had audiences in stitches of laughter in her portrayal of Gertrude James, a half-blind, half-deaf, nosy maid, also in Samuel’s Eat Ah Food.
Bailout, directed by Richard Ragoobarsingh, is a laugh-a-minute theatrical experience, and will be reprised come Friday and Saturday at San Fernando National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA), at 8.30 pm each evening.
Bailout is based on what happens in big financial insurance companies in T&T, especially when wheeling and dealing goes awry. Other cast members include Clifford Learmond, Leslie Anne Lavine, Ria Ali, Roger Dickie and Deryck Kistow.
Costume design was done by Sean Edwards, while the lighting was done by Celia Wells.
Tickets are currently on sale at NAPA South Box Office, 11 am to 6 pm daily.
For more information, call 338-6024 or 744-7581, or check Facebook, at RS/RR productions, or e-mail [email protected]
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