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Love Sax and all that Jazz (FLORIDA)

Coral Spring High School Auditorium, 7201 W Sample Rd, Coral Springs,, Outside UK, FL 33065

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27 May 2019 - 27 May 2019
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The hit UK comedy stage play "Love Sax and all that Jazz" is setting it sail towards Florida in May 2019.   The production will be making its US debut after 10 year of  inspiring and uplifting audiences in various cities throughout the UK as well as Canada, St Vincent, Barbados & Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, Antigua, Grenada and St Kitts and Nevis.

5 friends, 5 dilemmas same old story.  Shanice has had enough.  Lisa is quite contented.  Louise can't find any.  Kelly has way too much.  Chantelle doesn't want any. These women are about to embark on a journey of Love Sex and all that Drama.

Love Sax and all that Jazz is a gospel musical comedy stage play written by international poet and playwright Alan Charles.  The show addresses various aspects of the love relationship through the eyes and experiences of five female friends as they pertain to Love Sex and all that Drama. Based on Christian principles the play explores the themes of singleness, men shortage, abuse, betrayal and infidelity while offering sound advice on how to strengthen and maintain a marriage.  The play will make you laugh, cry, shout, chuckle and scream all at same time. The story of friends and relationships is dealt with through songs, drama, comedy and the spoken word.  The production is thought-provoking, humorous and one that inspired and uplifted the whole family.

 The play will feature an international cast to incude Floridian actorss Delroy Peters, Robin Campbell and Tavia Daley-Farquharson.