This Father’s Day weekend Sunshine Theatre presents the return to South Florida of Jamaica’s top female comedienne Andrea `Delcita ‘ Wright, in her new hit play ‘Corpral Del’, the sequel to last years sensational hit play Border Patrol. The shows are as follows;
Saturday, June 17th @ 8.00pm – North Miami Beach Performing Arts Center
17011 NE 19th Ave, N Miami Beach, Fl.
Sunday, June 18th @ 7.00pm – Coral Springs Center for the Arts
2855 Coral Springs Dr. Coral Springs.
In Border Patrol we saw the transformation of Delcita to the new look as Cpl. Del. No more black face and ugly rotten teeth to the pretty and exciting police officer. We reviewed the story of the Church wives and their false images. Border Patrol 2 the saga of Corpral Del is the continuation of the story as her crazy action has got her kicked out of the force and is between sanity and insanity. She falls in love and has marital hopes but isn’t he married or about to be married to another woman? The plot thickens and monsters are revealed. Scandals and betrayals. It’s a shocking nightmare with comedic twists and turns. Pure madness. Corpral Del is heaven with saints from hell.
Corpral Del is written, produced and stars Andrea Wright, Christopher McFarlane, Deon Silvera Trudy Campbell and Ruschiene Diedrick . It is directed by David Tulloch who was here recently in the highly acclaimed Across the Bridge starring Leonie Forbes.
Pre show entertainment features South Florida’s young songbird Sasha Dias whose hit song Borrowed Time went to the top of the Jamaican music charts recently. She is the granddaughter of well known local singer Winston Dias of the new Melodians group and is a pleasure to see and hear her perform
Tickets for this very entertaining show are $50.00 VIP (preferred seats), $45.00 reserved seats and $40.00 for general seats and are available from selected West Indian outlets in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach, the Coral Springs Box office or online at www.sunshinetheatrecompany.com.