The Theatre Company in collaboration with GEMS Theatre Productions is making sure that the public gets a taste of Link Show 35, compliments of Kentucky Fried Chicken.
The annual satirical review, now in its 35th year, the longest-running theatre production in the Guyana’s theatre history, has a team of very experienced cast to present this production, ranging from the versatile Michael Ignatius, Chiney-man Mark Kazim, President Granger look-alike Mark Luke-Edwards, Sean Thompson, Sean Budnah, Nelan Benjamin, Stephen Mohamed, Yohance Koama, Lee Leung, Joshua Persaud, Rovindra Persaud, Travis McKenzie and “veteran linker” Andre Wiltshire who was in the first Link Show in 1981 and many others before migrating.
He was famous in the Link Shows for portraying Hamilton Green.
In the link up for the females are Sonia Yarde, Simone Dowding, Colleen Humphrey, Nirmala Narine, Simone Persaud, Makini Thompson, Zoya Moore and Alicia D’Abreu.
The production is directed by veteran director Ron Robinson and produced by Gem Madhoo-Nascimento.
Link Show is Guyana’s number one annual satirical review that pokes fun at political situations, politicians, current affairs, social issues and outspoken personalities in our society who make the news.
This 35th production will run for two nights on Friday, February 28 and Saturday, February 29 from 20:00h. Tickets for the show cost $3000, $2500 and $2000 and are now available at the National Cultural Centre.