‘Girls’ comes to NAPA

Directed by Debra Boucaud Mason, “Girls on the Side” is set during a wild weekend in Tobago. Two brothers, played by Richard Ragoobarsingh and Nigel Auguste, meet up with two sisters, (Caroline Taylor and Leslie Ann Lavine). What transpires as the weekend unfolds, from temptations to revelations of secrets and confrontations, takes an audience on a crazy, laughter filled and emotional ride that makes an unforgettable night at the theatre. Audiences have been left laughing, crying, applauding rousingly, and hailing the hilarious play as one of the best ever.

From the production houses that have produced acclaimed hits like 'Mary Could Dance", "Men Are Dogs", "De Biggest Macco", "Love Thy Neighbour" and "The Prime Minister's Speech", "Girls on the Side" runs for absolutely three nights, with definitely no further extensions, from Thursday June 16 to Saturday June 18 at the National Academy of The Performing Arts (NAPA). Box office at NAPA opens from Monday, 12 noon to 6pm daily and can be reached at 295-5509. For further info call 768-8663 or 744-7581.


"‘Girls’ comes to NAPA"

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