If you enjoy comedy, thought-provoking drama and fairy tale romances then Patrick Brown’s ‘Right Girl, Wrong Address,’ is a must see.
The play is set for May 13th at the Coral Springs Centre For The Arts, 2855 Coral Springs Drive, Coral Springs, Florida at 6 p.m. sharp. It tells the story of Charmaine Ned, a bright young woman who has kept her head in her books and her feet out of the dancehall to achieve academic success but who just can’t improve her economic circumstances because of her urban ghetto home address.
Desperate to leave the ‘patty pan’ that she and her family live in, Charmaine takes a moral risk which may damage her chance for true love. The multi-layered self-improvement plot also tells the stories of Charmaine’s co-workers, Ras Iley, who is trying to ‘buss’ in the music business and Nicey, the cleaner at the studio. The action never stops in this easy to follow, hilarious and thought-provoking production.
The play stars glen ‘Titus’ Campbell, Sakina Deer, Keniesha Bowes, Courtney Wilson, Shree Elise and Akeem Mignott and is co-directed by Trevor Nairne. Tickets can be obtained now at