Hit play Mi Get Mi Landed is back

Throughout history, entering a relationship with a hidden agenda has usually led to problems.

The hit Jamaican stage play, Mi Get Mi Landed, shows that this age-old adage is true even in modern times. The hilarious theatrical production explores the consequences of not being truthful and having secret agendas when getting into a relationship.

The comedy/drama stars Ruth (portrayed by Oraldeen Brown), a hard-working, mild-mannered woman who only wants love and happiness when she foolishly falls in love with Enos (portrayed by David Smith), marries him and sponsors him to come to Canada.

Instead of love and happiness, a web of lies and deceit ensue before the main characters discover the truth.

Written by award-winning playwright Devon Haughton, and also starring award-winning actress Terri Salmon, Mi Get Mi Landed is one of Lolita Entertainment’s most successful plays. The theatrical production also features stellar performances by John Phillips and Damian Brown.

“We have completed 10 performances to date, almost all to sold-out crowds”, says Haughton. “We are excited to bring Mi Get Mi Landed back to Brampton and Scarborough. It is a powerful stage play that will leave the audience entertained. You will never look at getting landed status the same way again.”

To celebrate the continued success of Mi Get Mi Landed, Lolita Entertainment has partnered with Woah! Gifts to reward registered patrons with 10,000 free outbound wireless minutes.

To order tickets and secure free minutes, visit www.lolitaevents.com.

Mi Get Mi Landed will be performed in Brampton on Saturday, October 16 at the Rozz Entertainment Complex, 200 Advance Road, Dixie/Steeles, at 8 p.m. It will also be performed in Scarborough on Sunday, October 17 at 4 p.m. at Sir John A. MacDonald Secondary School, 2300 Pharmacy Avenue (North of Sheppard Avenue).

For more information, call 289-752-1108 or email: info@lolita entertainment.com.


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