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‘Archbishop’ ruffles his flock and PM
One of the challenges facing the Archbishop in Ralph Maraj’s production The Archbishop and the Prime Minister is the resistance by some of his flock to his intervention in the politics of the country as he speaks out boldly on national issues.
One objector is Sarah, wife of the Prime Minister, who keeps quoting, “render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s and unto God the things that are God’s”.
Sarah is concerned that the organised, safe, predictable, stable environment of the church where she finds so much comfort could be upset by revolutionary zeal for changing the society. 0
She also fears that the Archbishop, her childhood friend, could be harmed.
She is emotionally estranged from her husband, disapproves of his values and lifestyle, and is in no way disturbed that his political fortunes are being jeopardised by the Archbishop’s intervention as a general election approaches.
Beverly Ali plays Sarah and Hubert Ramlal plays the Archbishop in this play coming to the Central Bank Auditorium, Port-of-Spain, on October 11–13.
Tickets are on sale at Nigel R Khan Booksellers nationwide, Vanity Fair, Valpark, and can be booked by calling 657-1086.
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