*For technical reasons the opening of
The Woman In Black
has been put back by two weeks. We apologise for any
inconvenience this may cause.
NCVO Telethon 2014
took place at the Prospect Playhouse on Saturday
25th October 2014 and raised over
Thank you to all the volunteers who helped the
Prospect Playhouse support this important annual
*Congratulations to the management, cast, crew and
volunteers who made
Jekyll and Hyde
into a totally sold-out success. The Prospect
Playhouse has made many new friends as a result of
your efforts. Thank you all.
* Some 200
John Gray High School
Year 8 students will visit the Prospect Playhouse
during November 2014 to get some hands on experience
with sound and lighting, costumes and props as part of our commitment to
support theatre in Cayman's public
* An icemaker has now been installed in the kitchen.
A.L. Thompson Home Depot
for the special pricing.
We welcome new 2015 season sponsors:
Wheaton (Caymans) Ltd. (Platinum),
James and Leslie
Artisan Metal Works
Cayman National Bank
CentrePointe Dance Studio
Fosters Food Fair
Our Secret Agency
Sticks and Stones
(Silver) - we thank them for their generosity and
support of the performing arts.
Congratulations to Melanie Ebanks and friends -
COCKTAILS AND CABARET
raised over $6,000 for the
Zak Quappe Scholarship Foundation.
But now we have the audience asking if this kind of
show can't happen more often! Volunteers?
We have taken
delivery of some new lights (a) an
Altman Comet 410
and (b) three
Spot 150 LED moving head lights
for the front of stage bar. James Butterworth and
theatre manager Paul de Freitas will be setting up
the new lights in time for Jekyll and Hyde.