As South Florida continues to relax its COVID-19 protocols, face-to-face Caribbean theatre will resume with Jamaican actress and playwright Andrea ‘Delcita’ Wright debuting her brand-new play ‘The Baby Motha’ just in time for Mother’s Day.
The live show will depict the family drama of a Jamaican common-law couple suffering emotional instability as the two are caught up in a custody battle. The female, Marsha Campbell, is an American citizen while the male, Mark Cameron, is visiting from Jamaica and hanging on to the strings of a possible first-world marriage.
On the other hand, Delcita is the long-time country bumpkin sweetheart of Mark Cameron’s character Barry, and she is anxiously awaiting his return to reggae-jamming Jamaica. Though Delcita is Barry’s ‘baby motha’, there is no guarantee that he will return to his third-world status.
Will Delcita have Barry extradited? Will they have an out-of-court child maintenance settlement? Or, will Barry’s American lady love head to Jamaica to stop Delcita?
The scriptwriter Andrea Wright just penned the ‘Jamaica Entanglement’ for the successful Oliver-Delcita virtual matchup, and is now going live on stage with her exciting script for ‘The Baby Motha’. For those who wish to enjoy theatre from the comfort of their homes, ‘The Baby Motha’ will stream live at 7:30pm at www.caribbeanvillage.net.
The Baby Motha features: Andrea Wright, Marsha Campbell, Mark Cameron, Chandler Henry and Dreanna Williams.
Baby Motha is a Caribbean Village production and plays at Miramar Cultural Center Sunday, May 9, 2021. Three Shows: 1:00pm |4:30pm | 7:30pm. Tickets $49.99. Tickets at major ticket outlets and online at Caribbeanvillage.net | Ticket info line 754-209-9928.