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Murder on Gilligan’s Island a Hit With Audiences!

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Christopher Minori’s new play is a hit in Boquete, Panama as all 6 shows have been sold out. Word of mouth has been tremendous and the reviews are coming in!

Murder on Gilligan’s Island

Review by Mark Heyer, September 10, 2022

Last night a packed house witnessed the birth of a brand new BCP, their first night’s efforts rewarded with a raucous and sustained ovation from an enthusiastic and grateful audience. Live community theater lives again in Boquete.

Murder on Gilligan’s Island is a perfect vehicle for bringing our community back to community theater...

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An American Werewolf in Panama #2

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8/12/2021 – “Everything you wanted to know about VPNs but Didn’t Know to Ask”

FULL DISCLOSURE – Christopher Minori is not a werewolf. He is, however, a US Expat living in Panama.

Let me start by saying to my dearly beloved computer geeks: Piss off. This one isn’t for you. For the rest of you– read on.

So, you finally made it to Panama, you found a place to stay, plugged in your Firestick and brought up Amazon Prime to watch a movie. Wait a dang minute– all you’ve got is Amazon Originals and a bunch of Spanish shit. Ok, you can deal with that, you bring up Netflix and it’s the same deal. You decide to try something simple like Peacock and it tells you, “Sorry, Jackass, we don’t work in your country...

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An American Werewolf in Panama #1

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7/14/21 – “For God’s Sake, Why Panama?”

FULL DISCLOSURE – Christopher Minori is not a werewolf. He is, however, a US Expat living in Panama.

Four years ago, my wife and I had an argument. That’s not to say we haven’t argued before or since, but this is one of the most important arguments of our life together (not counting the one we had where I wanted to make love on a giant pile of Oreos). My wife was 40, and I was 51. I mentioned my plan was to retire early, at 60 years old. By then, my house would be paid off, I have no debts, and my investments and 401k have done well. Should be a piece of cake for me to retire, right? Not so much.

In America, we have a terrible health care problem. Before ACA, the cost of healthcare was outrageously high...

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