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The Peepshow moves to Sando
“They (these girls) give a new credence to the world’s oldest profession,” said Guardian Media Ltd photographer David Wears after seeing the Peepshow at Queen’s Hall.
And, Laura Dowrich, Metro Magazine editor, said: “The Peepshow was a hilarious show complemented with good acting. Despite the familiar faces, each actress totally embodied her character to transport the audience into the complex lives of women thrown together by varying circumstances.”
After performing to a sold out Queen’s Hall auditorium and even having to turn many disappointed patrons away from the box office, AbeoJacksonProductions’ is taking The Peepshow on the road.
Directed by Penelope Spencer and starring Spencer, along with Nikki Crosby, Cecilia Salazar and Debra Boucaud Mason who gave an especially sterling performance in her role as Lana, madam of an upscale but suspicious house at the top of Lady Chancellor Hill.
The cast rolls into San Fernando and eager Southerners can catch Peepshow at the Southern Academy for the Performing Arts on September 28-29.
A release from the organisers said they are proud of being able to bring newer talents to share the stage with the more experienced actresses.
Serran Clarke, Ramona Tim Kee, Cindy Daniel and Shradah McIntyre have held their own and have created a synergy of which both director Spencer and producer Jackson are extremely proud.
The Peepshow even offers a little something extra with collaboration from JC Blandin of Provocative Fitness.
• The Peepshow times in San Fernando are Saturday, 8.30 pm, and Sunday, 6.30 pm.
For more information call 338-6024 and 319-2099.
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