Bingi's (Courtney Wilson) cheating ways painfully catches up with him after his girlfriend Trish (Camille Davis) finds out his secret.
Patrick Brown's rollicking stage comedy Love Games hits the road this weekend with performances at Singh's Entertainment Complex (The Quarry) in May Pen on Saturday, and Island Village, Ocho Rios, on Sunday.
The production has been playing to packed houses since its premier at the Centerstage Theatre in Kingston on July 25, earlier this year, with patrons and critics alike giving it the thumbs-up. It has since developed a reputation as the 'must-see' play for 2007, with several patrons even making repeat visits.
The tour continues next weekend when the action moves to Munro College in the cool hills of Malvern, St. Elizabeth (Saturday November 3) and the Montego Bay Community College on Sunday November 4. This will be followed by performances in Sav-la-mar (Hotel Commingle) on Saturday, November 10, Man-deville (Fayor's Entertainment Centre) on Sunday, November 11, Morant Bay (Colonel's Cove) on Saturday, November 17, and Linstead (Skateland) on Sunday, November 18.
The weekend of November 24-25 will see the final 'road' performances, when the Love Games train rolls into Brown's Town (St. Ann) at the St. Hilda's High School on Saturday, November 24 and Boundbrook Wharf in Pt. Antonio on Sunday, November 25.
Thereafter, Love Games is expected to return to Centerstage for a few more performances before giving way to the 11th annual Jambiz Christmas Production, which opens as usual on Boxing Day (December 26).
Love Games features a refreshing mix of experienced and young actors. The cast is led by the inimitable Glen 'Titus' Campbell and also features Camille Davis and Courtney Wilson (Cutie & The Freak) as well as Maria Walters (wh with Noelle Kerr).