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Rundown heads to the Brac

Published on Friday, March 27, 2009 Email To Friend    Print Version

 

Director Henry Muttoo
CNCF Artistic

 

By Quincy Brown

The Cayman Islands annual comedic review “Rundown” will be performed on Cayman Brac on Saturday, 28 March for one show only. The show, now in its 19th year is written by Dave Martins and directed by Henry Muttoo.

The 16-member cast will perform at the Aston Rutty Civic Centre at 2:00 pm with tickets costing $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12.

The Brac showing of Rundown 2009 is sponsored in part by Cayman Brac and Little Cayman Member of the Legislative Assembly Moses Kirkconnell and the National Airline Cayman Airways.

Mr Kirkconnell said that he is pleased to be a sponsor for the Brac showing of “Rundown”. “Right now our people need good entertainment - we need to laugh and “Rundown” will provide a therapy for all who survived hurricane Paloma,” he said.

Artistic Director Henry Muttoo explained that the reason the Brac show is being held in the afternoon this year is due to the lack of accommodation for the cast.

The cast will come to the Brac on Saturday and return to Grand Cayman on Saturday evening. This year the comedy hits out on the UCCI scandal, police issues, and everyday politics in the Cayman Islands. As usual there will be humourous songs in between the skits and the show is a family- friendly one.

Advance tickets for “Rundown 2009” can be purchased from District Admin and more information can be obtained by calling the Cayman National Cultural Foundation on 949-5477.

 
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