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From the opening scenes of Marcel Ghosn's "PSY – Carlos' Trip," the character of Dr. Raad is that of a cruel opportunist.Madame Carlos laments that she has tried everything to please her husband, from eyelash extensions to high heels and breast-augmentation surgery, followed by breast reduction surgery – to settle on the dimensions to satisfy the captain's whims.Captain Carlos actually died on a sea journey, some years before.Carlos kidnapped a young man named Maurice and forced him into the captain's nautical character and costume.Carlos been deceiving the world about her husband, Raad turns out to be an unlicensed fraud. It's then revealed that Maurice/Captain Carlos is actually the long lost son of Grace – the weepy patient introduced early in the play.Tino Karam, who is well known locally for his characters in TV ads for the Buzz non-alcoholic drink, is particularly fine as the captive Carlos."PSY – Carlos' Trip" runs Thursday to Sunday at 8 p.m. in Le Theatre Beryte at USJ.
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