|"Cutie & The Freak" - CUTIE AND THE FREAK opens with a bang|
Rising stars of theatre - Camille Davis and Courtney Wilson, carry the love “plot” of the piece on two able shoulders, and Sharee McDonald-Russell plays a feisty household helper Munchie, who is not afraid to exchange insults with her employer. Samuels plays 'Tiny' - a vulgar, uppity higgler or, as he prefers to call himself, an Informal Commercial Importer(ICI), who has managed to shake off poverty and relishes a middle-class life with a refined wife and 'classy' daughter Cutie. He thinks that the best age for 'Cutie' (played by Davis) to start dating is 25. He accuses 'Munchie' of failing to overcome her 'ghettoisation.' Yet, he doesn't see the need to wash his face and brush his teeth before breakfast. He relaxes his obsessive control of 'Cutie' when he realises that her only male companion is the beastly neighbour (Frank the Freak played by Wilson) who has to constanty hide his face, and whose only companion is 'Ben'(played by Campbell), the embodiment of a character residing in the Beast's subconscious. CUTIE AND THE FREAK is fun, fun, fun, can’t done. A “must-see” comedy for the entire family.