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Agape Methodist play ‘Number Seven’ kicks off this weekend

Agape Methodist play ‘Number Seven’ kicks off this weekend


The Agape Methodist Dramatists will, on February 6, put on their first production for 2016.

Dubbed ‘Number Seven’, the play, which was written by Agape’s Kevin Roderiques, is scheduled to play at the Russell’s Auditorium in Stoney Ground,{{more}} beginning at 7.30 p.m.

Speaking during the play’s media launch last Friday at the Grenadine House, Roderiques described his play as “a remarkable tale of blackmail, jealousy, fear, lust and redemption.”

According to Roderiques, who is also the play’s director, “the masterpiece” is about a lawyer who is found dead with a gunshot wound to the head.

Tickets cost EC$30 and the play will feature among others, actors Keisha Johnson, Keith Bailey, Charlene Roderiques, Masika Marryshow-Williams, Debon Moses, Kevan Harry and Puzo Woods.

Sponsors include platinum partners NL Sound (Carny Mason) and Vita Malt.