On Sunday March 10, 2019, MGHS PSA NY Chapter will host an afternoon of entertainment, great door prizes and a scrumptious dinner, plus a chance to impact the lives of students at its beloved alma mater in Jamaica West Indies. Doors open at 3:00 pm, with an exclusive performance of “Demerara Gold,” starring and written by Guyanese playwright Ingrid Griffith. This riveting one-woman show about a young Guyanese girl’s coming of age journey, tells a heart-wrenching immigrant’s tale in spurts of huge euphoria and bewildering sorrow, all in one 90-minute sitting. “It’s a solo show that I had written about the immigrant experience and my true story on coming to America from the point of view of a Caribbean girl,” said Griffith.
Led by president Sharon Wilson, the NY Chapter have successfully gathered talent, sponsors advertisers to make the showcasing of caribbean women in the performing arts sector during Women’s History Month a smashing success! “Our 2019 Women’s History Month Caribbean Dinner Theatre Fundraiser results will be a significant contribution towards our programs and projects as well as providing a memorable afternoon of entertainment for all in attendance” said president Wilson.
The event will be held at Grace Episcopal Church Memorial Hall 155-24 90th Avenue Jamaica NY 11432. Tickets are $80.00 per person. For more information, email [email protected] or call 347-849-9002,646-79-8070 or visit HTTP://mghspsany.org/events to purchase tickets online.