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For playwrights, there is no greater feeling than hearing their words come to life on the stage. Kirsty Halliday of Thespian & Proud has already...
If there’s something we could all do with right now, it’s a good laugh, which is why the Cayman Drama Society’s latest production is...
This has not been the 50th anniversary year that the Cayman Drama Society was expecting. The organisation, established in 1970, had events and shows planned...
The Cayman Drama Society kicks off its 50th year with ‘The Illusion’, a play by American playwright Tony Kushner, which he freely adapted from...
Have you always wanted to tread the boards? Does the idea of being in the spotlight draw you like a moth to the flame? Then perhaps now is the time to audition for one of the Cayman Drama Society’s blockbuster musicals.
It was a time of peace symbols, love and terrific music (followed by huge lapels, bell bottoms and sparkly balls).
You do not have to be a Broadway show to be a huge success, as proven by the upcoming production of “A Playhouse Family Christmas,” which is already sold out.
Over the last couple of years, the Cayman Islands has been treated to some glorious shows at the Prospect Playhouse Theatre.
There is no question that the Cayman Drama Society has gone from strength to strength over the years.
Anyone looking for an entertaining night out should see the Neil Simon comedy “Barefoot in the Park,” which opened at the Prospect Playhouse Theatre on Thursday.
The Cayman Drama Society is gearing up to put on its production of “Barefoot in the Park,” starting on March 8.
After a three-year sabbatical, “Cocktails and Cabaret” is returning to the Prospect Playhouse Theatre on Jan. 19 and 20.
As that most wonderful time of the year is nearing again, Grizz and Frizz and their merry band of Christmas characters are busy getting ready to bring Cayman’s audiences “A Playhouse Family Christmas” at the Cayman Drama Society’s Prospect Playhouse Theatre.
The public was first introduced to two colorful characters on the Prospect Playhouse Theatre stage in 2014 who, along with a large cast, brought the Playhouse Family Christmas to life.
Who can forget the NCVO Radiothon of old, when Olive Miller was firmly ensconced at headquarters on the microphone, appealing to the Cayman public for funds? Families would gather around their FM and AM transmitters, listening for their pledges to be read out and for pleas from drivers trying to find a house that had a donation to give. =
Events this week include ‘Yes Minister’; the 2016 Breast Cancer Gala Dinner; Red Cross Thrift Shop book sale; the 5th edition of Cayman bRUNch; and an Oktoberfest fundraising event.
Anyone familiar with the wonderful “Yes Minister” and, subsequently, “Yes, Prime Minister” shows, written by Sir Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn will remember their extraordinary wit, and the insight they reveal of a government’s inner workings.
The Young Musician of the Year competition is coming to a head this Saturday at the Prospect Playhouse Theatre.
Cayman Drama Society rolls out its first major production of the year next month with the vibrantly crowd-pleasing Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat.