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Men Are Dogs’ final run
Men Are Dogs will end its run at Cipriani College tomorrow and Sunday. The play features a stellar cast and crew that includes Richard Ragoobarsingh, Glenn Davis, Debra Boucaud Mason, Corrine Browne, Ria Ali and Leslie Ann Lavine.
It is directed by Boucaud Mason and Ragoobarsingh and with set design by Ricardo Samuel.
The hilarious comedy raises several questions: What happens when a prominent older man marries a younger girl? Is he a minister of government? Why are older men attracted to younger women and exactly who is using whom?
A prominent older man ends up with a sexy young girl from Brasso Seco and bacchanal begins to brew in the family. The ex-wife and son are on the attack, the maid is in the middle and a seduction is being planned to expose all. But who will be exposed? All of this action set in Carnival 2014; the Carnival edition of Men Are Dogs!
The questions and comedy continue: “Do women manipulate men to achieve their own ends or is it the men that control? Or do women let the men think they are in control? Why is the rich businessman tied up? Is it something to do with a bust or buss up? What are his son, his friend and wife up to? It's bacchanal and a night of incredible comedic fun that will make you forget about everything and just enjoy the beginning of the theatre season.
Cipriani College Box Office 338 6024 or 744-7581. Box Office a opens daily, 12am to 6pm daily. Tickets are available at: Alextronics, Arima (667-0724); Bhagan’s Drug Store, Price Plaza, Chaguanas; (672-9514) Cleve’s, Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain; (624-0827); Mandy’s, Trincity Mall (640-5553); and Jabili Rahway, 140 Eastern Main Road, Tunapuna (next to Hosein’s Roti Shop) (663-7477)
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