Banana Boat Productions proudly presents 2 Caribbean plays Lifetime written by Nigel D. Moffatt (Jamaica) and Cinderella Syndrome by Zeno Obi Constance (Trinidad) reflecting on the nature of passion, sadness and regret.
“Lifetime” takes place in England and “Cinderella Syndrome” takes place in Trinidad. Both plays are set in the 1980’s.
Now playing – Friday, November 7 through November 16.
Banana Boat Productions, a not-for-profit organization founded in 1996 by Merlina Rich, is dedicated to presenting quality Caribbean theater to the Caribbean and non-Caribbean community.
Banana Boat Productions has produced a number of plays in a variety of venues and boroughs. Some of the productions have been in collaboration with other theatre companies. Main stage productions include Nine to Five Government Style, The New Hardware Store, Have Mouth Will Travel, All I’ve Got, Pretty Papers, Good Morning Miss Millie and Mamma Decemba. In partnership with the Caribbean-American Repertory Theater, we co-produced Jestina’s Calypso and My Children! My Africa!, which was nominated for an Audelco Award.
Banana Boat Productions has also collaborated with Caribbean Cultural Theatre in presenting tributes to Perry Henzel, the author of the seminal Jamaican film classic, The Harder They Come, Charles Hyatt, the author of When Mi Was A Boy and Stephanie Black, the author and producer of H2 Workers (an immi