Aston Cooke's steamy romantic comedy, Internet Affair, is in the final week of its run at the Pantry Playhouse as it closes tomorrow.
The play, which opened in August has been playing to appreciative audiences.
Internet Affair boasts a talented mix of fresh faces on the Jamaican theatre scene, including popular media personality Pepita Little, the effervescent Akeem Mignott, Marsha Campbell, and newcomers Danielle Edwards, Ricardo McFarlane and Petrina Williams.
The hilarious, thought-provoking comedy looks at the complex issues of Internet relationships and virtual infidelity, which trigger a re-evaluation of commitment, marriage and love in this age of social media and Internet hook-ups.
In Internet Affair, Donna, played by Marsha Campbell and Danielle Edwards, discovers that her husband, Phillip (Brian-Ray Moore), is having an online relationship. She is faced with some tough questions, answers which could have strong implications on their marriage. Is cybersex plain cheating or is it harmless flirting?
Internet Affair ends its run at the Pantry Playhouse with tonight's performance at 8:30 p.m. and a matinee on tomorrow at 6 p.m.