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Half Married – A play

by Dr. Eddie Donoghue:

Caribbean American Repertory Theatre Inc. in collaboration with the Queens Library, is pleased to present a staged-reading of the hilarious farcical comedy from St. Thomas, — Half Married by Dr. Eddie Donoghue.  The staged reading will be on Saturday March 30, 2013, at the Queens Library on 89-11, Merrick Boulevard near Jamaica Avenue, at 2:00 PM.

Half Married by Eddie Donoghue is an energetic comedy about working-class views of marriage, lust and sexuality. The play follows two St. Thomas taxi drivers as they meet a young lady and become involved in a story of romance, deception and greed. The cast includes Diane Dixon, Monica Sanchez, Winston Yarde, Wynrick Ford and Stephanie Ogeleza.

The director is Rudolph Shaw. The playwright, Eddie Donoghue PhD., was born in Montserrat and lived in Sweden for almost 20 years before moving to St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands. He is the author of Black Breeding Machines, a chronicle of “the dehumanization, sexual exploitation and breeding of Negro slaves in the Americas” (Author House publishers). His other publications include Black women/White Men and Negro Slavery

Half Married was first presented in St. Thomas in 2009.

Caribbean American Repertory Theatre Inc. is a St. Albans based Professional Theater Company that presents plays that enhance cross-cultural communication and stimulate debate in the African-American communities. The company’s website is www.cartny.org.

This reading is being presented as part of Caribbean American Repertory Theatre’s 2013 project “Black History Month and Beyond…”. Some of the material in this play may not be suitable for children (suggested for mature audience). Admission is free. Call the Library at 718-990-0778 for further information. The project is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

The reading will be followed by a workshop discussion of the play and Caribbean Theatre. This part of the program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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by Dr. Eddie Donoghue:

Caribbean American Repertory Theatre Inc. in collaboration with the Queens Library, is pleased to present a staged-reading of the hilarious farcical comedy from St. Thomas, — Half Married by Dr. Eddie Donoghue.  The staged reading will be on Saturday March 30, 2013, at the Queens Library on 89-11, Merrick Boulevard near Jamaica Avenue, at 2:00 PM.

Half Married by Eddie Donoghue is an energetic comedy about working-class views of marriage, lust and sexuality. The play follows two St. Thomas taxi drivers as they meet a young lady and become involved in a story of romance, deception and greed. The cast includes Diane Dixon, Monica Sanchez, Winston Yarde, Wynrick Ford and Stephanie Ogeleza.

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The director is Rudolph Shaw. The playwright, Eddie Donoghue PhD., was born in Montserrat and lived in Sweden for almost 20 years before moving to St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands. He is the author of Black Breeding Machines, a chronicle of “the dehumanization, sexual exploitation and breeding of Negro slaves in the Americas” (Author House publishers). His other publications include Black women/White Men and Negro Slavery

Half Married was first presented in St. Thomas in 2009.

Caribbean American Repertory Theatre Inc. is a St. Albans based Professional Theater Company that presents plays that enhance cross-cultural communication and stimulate debate in the African-American communities. The company’s website is www.cartny.org.

This reading is being presented as part of Caribbean American Repertory Theatre’s 2013 project “Black History Month and Beyond…”. Some of the material in this play may not be suitable for children (suggested for mature audience). Admission is free. Call the Library at 718-990-0778 for further information. The project is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

The reading will be followed by a workshop discussion of the play and Caribbean Theatre. This part of the program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.