If a first impression is a lasting impression then Bahamian playwright Cindy Johnson is unforgettable, particularly in her on-stage persona as Aunty Tingum in her hit production, “Every Secret Thing.”
Before the show, young performers were getting ready. Gluing beards, painting penguin faces, rosy cheeks for students and sparkles on the little angels’ faces. The Christmas play in Hope Town is known for its talented performers and crew.
Abaconians gathered at St. John the Baptist Anglican Church Hall on Saturday, September 26 to attend the James Catalyn & Friends Summer Madness show.
The evening of March 5 began with a delightful rendition of “What’s the Matter with Kids Today” ironically written in 1960. As parents continue to ask the age-old question, the Forest Heights Academy Drama Club, put its own spin on it with the production of ‘Parents Don’t Understand.’
Agape Christian School's 4th, 5th, and 6th grades performed a Christmas musical "For Christmas This Year" written and directed by Courtnee Romer, Teacher of Drama, Music and English Language, on December 12th and 13th.
Cherokee’s Assemblies of God and Peggy Albury, one of its faithful members, produced another outstanding play on Friday, December 20 , entitled “Christmas on Main Street”. The story revolved around the commercialization of Christmas and how people are forgetting what Christmas is all about: the birth of Jesus.
‘Election 2012: What Just Happened?’ was presented on September 21 in the Grace Gym to an audience of 500 plus which must be a near-record for Abaco. People came from as far as Green Turtle Cay to enjoy this hilarious comedy which has played to rave reviews on several occasions in Nassau and also in Freeport.