Local comedian Quincy Brown is once again getting ready to poke fun at life in Cayman
For two nights only, 26-27 September, Quincy’s one man show opens at the Harquail Theatre.
The production, A Laugh at Life in Cayman, will feature Quincy taking a comical look at himself, the helicopter fiasco, the constitution, politicians, expats, Caymanians and much more.
Because his show may at times contain explicit and taboo material, Quincy is advising the public that admission is for adults 18 and older, so please refrain from bringing the children.
Quincy says although the show is a little explicit at times it about what is topical in Cayman now, making fun of it, and laughing at ourselves.
Always a strong believer for Cayman life and culture he encourages others to be proud of their Caymanian heritage. Like he says, we need to teach or children these cultures.
The show with Quincy taking the stage will also feature Lyndon Martin as Emcee.
Performing since he was a twelve-years-old, Quincy bona-fide fifth generation Caymanian with his navel string buried in three places, is a little bit more than local.
Born in Cayman Brac, Quincy graduated from Cayman Brac High School, attended the University of The West Indies, Mona Campus in Jamaica where he studied broadcasting and received a journalism degree in radio broadcasting,
He returned to the Cayman Islands and attended International College of the Cayman Islands and majored in broadcast management.
He then went to England to study theatre, and poetry, and Trinidad and Tobago where he did theatre management and storytelling workshops.
He is also the founding member of Back Yard Caboose Theatre Company.
Back Yard Caboose produces clean family filled productions for the whole community, which has a lot of things planned in the near future.
Tickets to A Laugh at Life in Cayman, are $15 and available at the door. The show starts at 7pm. Cash bar available.