Monday, September 12, 2022

Were there any doubts about the level of pull of local social media influencers the full house at Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts, on Saturday, settled the issue as attendees were out to see their fave content creators live on stage for Pitchy Patchy's Gala Night.

Directed by Rayon McLean, the play patches together Jamaica's top influencers with theatre and film faces for a performance rich with satire and electric choreography.

Pitchy Patchy Executive Producer and Talent Manager Kasandra Henry expressed gratitude for the production's corporate backing: "Thanks to all of our sponsors for believing in us, for supporting us; it really means a lot, especially to go out on a limb for influencers..." she said.

The gala night kicked off with buzzing cocktails and the after-party gave attendees the opportunity to rub shoulders with the cast.

Page 2 shares highlights.

Photographer: Garfield Robinson

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