Laughter and information reach to the US with Jamaican play “Living Dangerously” starring comedian Trudy Bell aka Melcita from the TV series “Joint Tenant.” On Saturday, Nov 24, 2018, the family-friendly play comes to the Kings Chapel Church of God Banquet Hall located at 400 Woodland Street Hartford, CT 06112. Due to high demand (3) time slots are available, 4 PM, 6 PM, and 8 PM. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite by search “Living Dangerously” in Hartford, CT or by clicking here http://bit.ly/2QX9Wd5.
Living Dangerously uses humor to help deliver the message of a murky plague hovering over the beautiful island of Jamaica. Trudy Bell and co-stars Clive Duncan, Dennis Hall, Marsha Campbell, Georgina Johnson- Jones, Omaro Mazlyn, and Sonia Bell- Walter are addressing a very sensitive topic: domestic violence and human sex trafficking in Jamaica.
The Caribbean Village and Galleon Foundation, two organizations dedicated to expanding the Caribbean culture’s reach, came together to entertain and educate. “Agreeing to promote this play was easy. Attaching the Galleon Foundation and the Caribbean Village brand to a well written funny play was a “no-brainer.” The audience will feel like they have reconnected with their roots, taking them back home to highlight all the fun, joy, and sometimes dark moments the island has to offer,” said Lindel Douglas, CEO of The Caribbean Village Festival and Chairman of the Galleon Foundation.
About The Galleon Foundation:
The Galleon Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization established in 2010 focusing on the Caribbean-Diaspora. Annually, the Galleon Foundation gives scholarships to students in the United States, and the Caribbean through fundraising events throughout the year. Their goal is to continue raising funds to provide scholarships with the help of continuous support from donors/ sponsors, and volunteers.