Since plans for the smash hit play “The Politician” have been underway, an onslaught of theater fans have sought the play in the Bronx. Leading promotions company Irish and Chin has heard the requests and dutifully listened. Although Irish and Chin has not locked down a Bronx date, the promoters have decided to give Bronx theater patrons the ultimate incentive in tight financial times, toll reimbursement. This marks the second time in the company’s history that they have extended this gracious offer to loyal consumers. On Sunday, May 27, 2012, to receive reimbursement on the spot for tolls paid, travelers are encouraged to present their toll receipts upon entering York College. Irish and Chin recognizes the importance of building an ongoing relationship with those who support their efforts. With customer service as a priority, Irish and Chin believes that toll reimbursement is a worthwhile perk for Bronx patrons. .
Promotional plans for the staging of one of Jamaica’s funniest plays to date “The Politician” are moving full speed ahead for Memorial Day Weekend. The ragingly funny play boasts a cast to be rivaled, including a triple threat package of top actors/characters Andrea “Delcita” Wright, Keith “Shebada” Ramsay and Christoper “Johnny” Daley of “Lime Tree Lane” fame. The energy from this top cadre of actors, among other esteemed, vested cast members is causing a stir among the New York Tri-State theater community, as stagings are set for Saturday, May 26, 2012 in Hartford, Connecticut (Weaver High School) and Sunday, May 27, 2012 in Queens, New York (York College) during Memorial Day Weekend.