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Magic and Mayhem in Patrick Brown’s Duppy Whisperer

Patrick Brown's Duppy Whisperer conjures humour & class politics from obeah

It would not have been surprising if audience members at Wednesday’s staging of Patrick Brown’s Duppy Whisperer had left post production, wheeling or issuing salts as proverbial guards against the conjurings they had witnessed.

Patrick Brown Romantic Comedy Hurricane Honeymoon Blows into Little Theatre

Cast of Patrick Brown's Hurricane Honeymoon

Patrick Brown’s romantic comedy Hurricane Honeymoon is blowing into the Little Theatre this weekend, where it will remain until at least mid-June.

Saving Alligator High - Seriously Hilarious!

Patrick Brown's Saving Alligator High - a seriously hilarious play

Patrick Brown’s Saving Alligator High, produced by Jambiz International, is seriously hilarious business. That is, it is serious and hilarious at the same time.

Patrick Brown Returns to School with Saving Alligator High

Saving Alligator High

Award-winning playwright Patrick Brown is returning to the education system with the Jambiz International upcoming comedy Saving Alligator High.

Funny Kind a Love - A Witty, Dramatic Love Rectangle

Funny Kind' a Love

Patrick Brown’s Funny Kind’ a Love is a menage a quatre, or rather a love rectangle.

Curtains Rise on Jamaican 2014 Theatre Season

Dahlia Harris' To the Finish tackles drugs in sports

Drugs in sports, a battle for inheritance between siblings, devious women scheming to get their hands on a bumpkin’s new found riches and a search for ... hmmm ... maccafat.

Ladies of the Night - A Hilarious Romp With a Dash of Drama

(l-r) Sharee McDonald-Russell, Keisha Patterson, Camille Davis & Courtney Wilson

Patrick Brown’s Ladies of the Night, currently playing at The Centre Stage Theatre, New Kingston, is a hilarious romp sprinkled with a touch of seriousness, but never enough to disrupt the vibrant humour which drives the play.

Yard 2012 - Tickling the Funny Bone of Jamaican History

The Tainos, the "original yardies" look on at the arrival of Columbus

Kingston, Jamaica: Yard 2012, written and directed by Patrick Brown, is a hilarious take on Jamaican history that rests somewhere between celebration and poking fun at the country during its commemoration of its fiftieth year of independence.