The Caribbean’s King of Comedy Oliver Samuels Celebrates His 65th Birthday In Dolly House

Oliver Samuels will be celebrating his 65th birthday in Laurel, Maryland as part of his global tour in his hilarious new play, Dolly House. The play will be performed at Laurel High School, 8000 Cherry Lane, in Laurel, Maryland on Sunday, September 21st, 2014 6:30 PM and the admission charge is $40 per person.

OLIVER-Samuels dolly houseDolly House includes a wonderful mix of politics, power, intimacy, race, class, mistrust, and betrayal; all commingled into the hilarious comedy full of laughter.

“At the Oliver Samuels Play – Dolly House – last night (in Florida), I had a blast, two shows sold out, the audience loved it, it was off the chain, thank you Oliver and the cast, excellent,” said an entertained patron in Florida.

Oliver Samuels is widely known as Jamaica’s Bill Cosby, and his name is synonymous with Jamaica and laughter. Oliver is regarded as one of the funniest talents to emerge from the Caribbean in the past 40 years. He has assembled a dynamic supporting cast that includes Audrey Reid, Ruth Ho Shing and Dennis Titus — for this new comedy.

Thousands of patrons in Canada and South Florida have been very pleased with Dollly House and have recommended it highly to friends and relatives.

Oliver Samuels continues to be the king of comedy in the Caribbean, people who live in the US, UK, and Canada are privileged to see him display aspects of our heritage on stage, says Earl Walker of ELW Entertainment.

For more information about Dolly House please contact ELW Entertainment at (301) 440-6132.

Oliver Samuels continues to scribe indelible chapters in Jamaica’s theatrical history. Caribbean nationals all over the world are enamored by Oliver who is among a select few in Jamaican theatre history to have been decorated with the national honor of Order of Distinction for his work in theatre.

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