The Caribbean Cultural Theatre, an organization based in Brooklyn, which presents works by Caribbean, Caribbean based and/or influenced artists, presents “Pantomime,” a play written by Derek Walcott, St. Lucia’s Nobel-Prize winning poet.
Featuring: Iyaba Ibo Mandingo & Nathan Oesterle
Dates and Times: Fri., Mar 21; 28 @ 7:30 pm; Sat., Mar 22; 29 @ 3:30* & 8:00 pm; and Sun., Mar 23; 30 @ 6:30 pm.
Location: Actors Fund Actors Center, 160 Schermerhorn Street (bet Hoyt & Smith Sts), Brooklyn, NY 11201
Admission: Gen. Adm: $25.00, Student/Seniors*: $15.00. Tickets can be purchased HERE.
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It explores what happens when two middle-aged guys flee the worlds they have always known and wind up on the same tropical island, one as the owner of a hotel, the other as his servant? And what if they looked at a role-reversal play as part of the hotel’s entertainment? That is the thread that weaves the storyline of this fast-paced comedy together and gives audiences a non-stop romp through cliché, humour, drama, societal roles and most interestingly, self image.
About Derek Walcott: Derek Alton Walcott, is a Saint Lucian poet and playwright. He received the 1992 Nobel Prize in Literature. In addition to having won the Nobel, Walcott has won many literary awards over the course of his career including an Obie Award in 1971 for his play ream on Monkey Mountain, a MacArthur Foundation “genius” award, a Royal Society of Literature Award, the Queen’s Medal for Poetry, and the 2011 T. S. Eliot Prize for his book of poetry, White Egrets.