v25You might be wondering what the noise is all about for after all there have been other stage performances laced with music, dance and poetry.

But when a relatively unknown theatre player rather hailed for his musical gifts manages to pull off a spectacular stage performance ably assisted by a 60 man crew then folks and foes alike sit up and then brace themselves for another dose of the magical portion.

After staging the first show on November 8 to wide acclaim, it soon became evident that a replay was only fitting.

Okyeame Kwame and his Firm Bridges Communication have thus scheduled Sunday the 21st of December 2014 as the day for the staging of the replay show at the National Theatre.

So what can patrons expect? There will be a magical show, where a magician performs illusions.

There will be tons of music generated from the belly of Samini, Eugene Baah and other musicians.

There shall be acting displays involving Okyeame Kwame himself, Ekow Smith Asante, Adjetey Anang, Wanluv de kuborlor, Adina and others.

The story is as simple as its gripping. Take a grave ill in the society (begging) and then play it out to prick the conscience of the citizenry hopefully to compel them to act and change their harmful ways.

Prepare to meet the five characters: The Pimp, The Politician, The Police, The Pastor and The Prostitute as they bring to life the written and produced work of the ‘Rap Doctor’ Okyeame Kwame.

Tickets are selling for GH? 100 at designated centres including front desk of Firm Bridges Communication, Koala, Baatsona Total, Airport Shell, Peace FM, Tema Shell fuel station, all University Campuses in Accra and also at the National Theatre.

The Okyeame Kwame Versatile Replay Show is made possible thanks to the collaboration of the National Theatre with Sponsorship from Japan Motors, Viasat1, Global Media Alliance, Aqua Safari Resort, GhOne TV and Midland Savings and Loans.

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