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50 Shades of Gravy returns
If you missed 50 Shades of Gravy the first time it is back by public demand at the Central Bank Auditorium. The AbeoJacksonProductions sold-out its three-night run a and is ready to give “more gravy.”
All the right gravy ingredients come in the talents of the sizzling cast which includes Penelope Spencer, Cecelia Salazar, Debra Boucaud Mason, Nikki Crosby, Abeo Jackson as well as Kearn Samuel and Arnold Goindhan. Dancers Ramona Tim Kee, Zakiyah Savary and Moriba Francis choreographed by Jackson herself will keep the gravy bubbling.
Speaking about the response ot the play artistic director Abeo Jackson said: “I am completely overwhelmed by the ‘Gravy’ experience. Without the guidance of the show’s writer and director extraordinaire Penelope Spencer, my stage manager Gregory Singh and the dedication and energy of each and every member of the ‘Gravy’ cast and team, this force that is 50 Shades of Gravy would never have been manifest. The amazing response we are getting from audiences really should rest at their feet, not mine.”
The repeat performances of 50 Shades of Gravy run at Central Bank Auditorium will continue tonight and tomorrow at 8.30 pm and Sunday at 6.30 pm.
Ticket outlets are Central Bank Auditorium Box office noon to 6 pm daily, 628-0845; Bhagan’s Drugs Trincity Mall, 640-8710; Bhagan’s Drugs Price Plaza, Chaguanas, 672-9514; and 96.1fm/star947fm/107.7fm Studios 153 Tragarete Road, Port-of-Spain, 628-9696; and Artherly’s on Sutton Street, San Fernando, 652-7373. 338-6024, 319-2099.
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