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*Congrats to Sue Howe and Gabrielle Wheaton on the first time round for A Playhouse Family Christmas. Every audience has insisted that it has to come back. So, Sue - get writing!

* Quality DVD's are available for Cocktails and Cabaret and for Jekyll and Hyde. Send an email to chairman@cds.ky for your personal copy.

*The NCVO Telethon 2014 took place at the Prospect Playhouse on Saturday 25th October 2014 and raised over CI$136,000. Thank you to all the volunteers who helped the Prospect Playhouse support this important annual event.

* Some 200  John Gray High School Year 8 students visited  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 schools.

* We thank our 2015 season sponsors: Butterfield Bank (Cayman) Ltd., Silver Wheaton (Caymans) Ltd. , James and Leslie Bergstrom Hurley's Entertainment and  Artisan Metal Works (Platinum), Cayman National Bank (Gold),  CentrePointe Dance Studio, Fosters Food Fair, Our Secret Agency and Sticks and Stones (Silver) - we thank them all for their generosity and support of the performing arts.

 

 


 

We thank Butterfield Bank (Cayman) Limited, Silver Wheaton (Caymans) Ltd., James and Leslie Bergstrom, Hurley's Entertainment and Artisan Metal Works  - 2015 Platinum sponsors of the Cayman Drama Society and more generally as a patron of the arts in the Cayman Islands

 
The stage production of The Woman in Black was adapted by Stephen Mallarat from the novel by Susan Hill.

Structured as a play-within-a-play, the cast consists of two men - a young actor/teacher and an older gentleman, Kipps, who is haunted by his past. The two use little more than the power of storytelling in a disused theatre to recreate a ghostly experience that befell Kipps many years before. Of course, it is expected that the Woman in Black puts in an appearance...

It is the second longest running play in London's West End, after "The Mousetrap" by Agatha Christie.

Director/Producer: Paul de Freitas
Set: Leslie Bergstrom
Sounds: James Gibb
Lights: Duncan Kilpatrick
Make-up: Jimmie Deloach

Thursdays through Saturdays - 7:30pm
29th January to 14th February 2015


 


Eventbrite - A Playhouse Family Christmas

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2014 Month Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Musicians Ltd Christmas Show December           13  
2015 Month Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
The Woman In Black January
February
      29
5
12
30
6
13
31
7
14
 
An Evening of Reading February           21  
RENT
auditions
April
27
          26
CentrePointe Dance March           7  
Musicians Ltd
SHREK (Musical)
May         22
29
23
30
24
31
CentrePointe Dance Year End Show June         12 13 14
100 (the play) June         19
26
3
20
27
4
21
28
5
Rent (Musical) September

October
      17
24
1
18
25
2
 
19
26
3
 
Concert for Cayman Hospice Care October         9 10  
NCVO Telethon October           24  

CDS Mission statement
The Cayman Drama Society is committed to providing quality live theatre to educate, enrich and entertain, while providing lifelong learning opportunities and fostering creative expression.

 

The Prospect Playhouse

223B Shamrock Road, Prospect,
PO Box 1624, Grand Cayman  KY1 1109, Cayman Islands (Map)

Theatre Manager - Paul de Freitas - +1.345.916.6331
Theatre: +1.345.947.1998       ◊       Box office: +1.345.938.1998
International enquiries: +1.800.969.7415
E-mail: info@cds.ky  (general) - boxoffice@cds.ky (bookings)

There is that smaller world which is the stage, and that larger stage which is the world. (Isaac Goldberg 1887-1938)

 

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* The 2015 Red Sky at Night Arts Festival is on 28th February 2015. Visitors will be treated to live performances from dancers, actors and storytellers as well as creative work by local visual artists and crafts people. Celebrated films from around the Caribbean and inspiring performances will be featured within the festival theatres.

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