After playing to packed houses in September, more dates have been added due to popular demand.
Produced by Cayman National Cultural Foundation, the comedy will be staged this Tuesday and Wednesday at the Harquail Theatre, a press release said.
‘Rundown drew full houses every night of its second week, and with many reservations having to be turned down, it was decided to bring the show back for two more nights,’ Charles Glidden, director of marketing and public education at CNCF said.
‘In fact, a number of people were seen attending on more than one night.’
Among those attending were his Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Jack. Enjoying jokes about themselves were Anthony Eden and Arden McLean.
Reservations can be made by calling 949-5477 weekdays 9am to 5pm. Advance tickets are only available at the Cayman National Cultural Foundation’s office in the F. J. Harquail Cultural Centre 9 am to 4pm weekdays. Tickets can also be purchased at the Harquail box office on the night of the performance. Curtain is at 8 pm.
Rundown will also go to Cayman Brac. The show will be staged at the Aston Rutty Civic Centre, Saturday, 27 October. Tickets for the Brac performance are 10 adults and $5 children, available at the door.