The not so scrupulous tendencies of Bahamian society were once more the target of the James Catalyn & Friends show held at St. John’s Anglican Church Parish Hall on the evening of September 24.
Exploding laughter and smiles marked the sixteen skits portrayed by nearly twenty cast members.
“If it made the headlines, it’s up for grabs. If it has been made public, we will turn it around and make a satire”, explained President Jevon Butler.
From Baha Mar, to the recent referendum, public and political figures, and other topical controversies, nothing was off limits. It was the beginning of an evening of entertainment composed of skits, singing, and dancing, all of which poke fun and satirize elements of Bahamian politics and society.
“Tiefin” (Bahamian slang for “thieving”) was the first target after the opening chorus.
The night continued with the tried and true wit, style, and sharp observations that James Catalyn & Friends’ production is known for.
The show wrapped up to gracious applause, and the audience was thanked and bid farewell until summer madness comes around again next year to be, as always, topical, aware and hilarious.