Jack Radics’ Caribbean Style Mother’s Day Show, which was due to be held at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center, (LPAC) on Saturday May 7 has been postponed.
Show Producer and President of Radics’ Sound Faculty Label, Michelle Knight Stanley has stated that the postponement is due to logistic and technical issues.
“We have determined that several logistic and technical issues involved in mounting the show at this time would result in a production that could fall short of our usual high standards, and in light of this we have elected to postpone the show until a later date. Due to the very specific Mothers Day theme, a different concept will be developed for the new production and we will announce those plans in due course. We apologize to the many fans and members of the media who have been showing their support for the show and assure them that when we return they will realize it was well worth the wait. We also thank them for their continued patience and understanding.”
R and B Singer and actor Christopher Williams, award winning actor and playwright David Heron, the internationally acclaimed Blak Diamond Band and the South Florida based musical duo, Sons of Mystro were also scheduled to appear.