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Same Khaki Pants premieres at UWI
The Department of Creative and Festival Arts (DCFA) at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine, will presents its annual student production titles Same Khaki Pants.
Dr Efebo Wilkinson’s award-winning play, Same Khaki Pants first performed 30 years ago by the Mausica Best Village group is on at the Little Carib Theatre, White and Roberts Street, Woodbrook, until Sunday.
The full-length play, which is set in the wartime era of 1945, depicts aspects of the life of the American Army men at the Wallerfield Base and its negative impacts on the borough of Arima. The show produced by students in the BA in Theatre Arts programme played to full houses last week at the UWI Learning Resource Centre.
Show times are 8 pm daily, and 6 pm on Sunday. General admission tickets are cost $100. Tertiary students with student ID pay $75, and secondary students pay $50.
Tickets can be purchased at the DCFA, Agostini Street, St Augustine. More info at 662-2002 ext. 82510 or 645-19558.
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