Our friends at the Cayman National Cultural Foundation inform us that auditions for the popular lightly satirical show Rundown are taking place from now until the end of February.
“A good Rundown, or stew, has a little bit of everything in it,” says Kaitlyn Elphinstone of the foundation. “And like its namesake, Rundown is a smorgasbord of nationalities, headlines, catchy tunes and hot topics that have kept Cayman’s audiences coming back for second and third helpings over the past 22 years.
“This annual comedy revue was the brainchild of Dave Martins, and over the decades, it has become one of the most popular stage productions in the Cayman Islands,” she adds. “In every pot, there’s a serving for everyone – politicians, media, the man on the street, expatriates and even our (in)famous chickens and ‘greenies’.”
Rundown, continues Kaitlyn, is not to be missed, especially if you are new to Cayman and really want to embrace the multicultural society that is Cayman.
The show is designed and directed by Henry Muttoo and features a star-studded cast of local actors and musicians.
The 2013 lineup includes Auditions; Talkacross; Cayman Derby Antique Roadshow, Crime Pirate Treasure Island and a whole bunch more of hilarious skits and sketches.
The show runs from 25 April to 12 May, Thursdays to Sundays. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for children and will be available from Funky Tangs, all Foster’s supermarkets and the Cayman National Cultural Foundation.
Contact [email protected] or call 959-5477 to book an audition.