This story revolves around a group of young magicians enrolled in a school of magic. Intriguing characters, plot twists, and storylines weave in messages of gender equality, alcohol abuse, and adolescent reproductive and sexual health.
Callaloo is a steamy mix of love, desire, joy, corruption and tragedy. It will pull listeners left and right and up and down through its tangle of subplots as friendships form, families bond, enemies are made and relationships tested. Callaloo captures the everyday trials and nuances of life in the Caribbean. Dennis McLaren struggles as a distracted and philandering single father whose nightclub attracts a lot of shady business. One of his children takes advantage of the privilege her father's wealth brings and rebels by seeking the affection of dangerous men. Within the first few episodes, several teens are in serious trouble. Gregory Singh is forced to investigate a hit and run accident and clues point to his friend Dennis. Another family struggles with raising an autistic daughter. In the end, some characters remain tenacious, motivated and optimistic, while others wither in disillusion, vice and pessimism.