Versatile Show: Meet the versatile human fonts

General News Versatile Show: Meet the versatile human fonts
OCT 23, 2014 LISTEN

One can undoubtedly appreciate the level of creativity Okyeame Kwame shows in his work. It is always impressive and stands out different.

Firm Bridges Communications, marketer of the “Okyeame Kwame Versatile Show”, releases his recent stunt which he calls the Human Font.  

The Human Font is basically human beings positioned to form alphabets and for purposes of the Versatile Show, this font was employed to spell out the word “VERSATILE”.

It promotes the Okyeame Kwame Versatile Show in a different and hilarious artwork.

As to how this was done, the Creative Director of Firm Bridges Communications, Okyeame Kwame says, he summoned the best dancers and acrobats in Ghana and informed them of what he intended and there, it commenced.

With each alphabet representing what prospective audience should expect, this year's Versatile Show will be a night of Versatility, Energy, Romance, Skills, Artistry, Talents, Imagery, and Limitless Entertainment.

The theme is “Modernity Meets Tradition”, and it is titled “The Beggar”. It is a satiric play that portrays how the African society is so dependent on the west for everything yet turns around to condemn and disrespect roadside beggars.

It also depicts how our society is busily stealing from each other but still pretends to be decent and honourable.

It stars Okyeame Kwame, Adjetey Anang, Ecow Smith Asante, Wanluv the Kubolor, Benjamin Kwadey, Adina, Samini, Keche, Percy, Pearl, Bradez, Edem, EL, Keche, Praye Eugene (Choir Master), Ben Brako and many more.

This year's Versatile Show is slated for the National Theatre on November 8.