Friday, October 13, 2017

Summer Madness Brings Satirical Lens to Bahamian Society

The James Catalyn and Friends Summer Madness Show took place on September 23, 2017 at the Anglican Church Hall. It is the eighth time the group has performed in Abaco. The show elicited much laughter and applause from the audience.

As usual, the many skits highlighted Bahamian society including its culture, politics, ways of speech and mannerism.

Exaggerated body movements and facial expressions added comedic energy to the performances. Ten skits were on the program with some highlights including: “Day Teef Muh Tings” – where a policeman and defendant recounted the report of a theft; “Ain’t Nuttin’ Change,” “Monday at Eight” – where four performers acted as guests on a TV program rife with misunderstandings and hilarious asides, and “Big Business” – where three performers dressed as heads of different religious groups humorously discussed the business side of churches.  Read more >>