v5When rapper, singer, actor, director and live band owner Kwame Nsiah Appau better known as Okyeame Kwame touted that this year’s ‘Versatile Show’ would be the finest yet many held the view that the quality associated with the show couldn’t be raised any higher but pleasant surprise was the dish Mr. Appau and his crew served the many folks who thronged the National Theater on 8th November for the show.

This year’s show had a 5 p’s theme representing the politician, the police, the pimp, the pastor and the prostitute in society culminating in a hilarious satire named “The Beggar”.

With two sessions: 4 pm – 6 pm and 8 pm – 10 pm, the production which involved a 60 member crew saw a hundred Ghana Cedis charge.

Although he fell on colleagues, friends and professionals to execute drama, well-choreographed dance, artistic poetry and comedy, Okyeame Kwame himself could not allow his shine to be taken away. In the following pictures ‘bra OK’ demonstrates why his appeal is growing even stronger.

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