CDS stage English tea party, concert for youth programmes

The stage at Cayman Drama Society
resounded with song not soliloquies at the Mother’s Day Tea Party last Sunday.

Organised by Cayman Drama Society
the event included a traditional English high tea with scones, cut sandwiches
and hot beverages, as well as a two set performance by visiting opera singer
Lisa Carlisle.

All the food for the event was
donated by CDS members.

The Prospect Playhouse in Red Bay
rang out with show songs including Some Enchanted Evening (South Pacific), a
special version of My Favourite Things (The Sound of Music) and Voi Che Sapete
(Marriage of Figaro).

The event concluded with a
rendition of the Cayman National Song.

Tea Party organiser, Penny Phillips
said: “Was helped enormously by the Colin Wilson of the St. George’s Day
Committee offering the services of Lisa Carlisle. Her presence really elevated
the event.”

Monies raised from the event will towards the
Cayman Drama Society’s youth programmes in which 14 to 17-year olds learn all
aspects of stage craft.