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"The Versatile Show Countdown" reality TV series hits TV Screens

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The countdown to the ‘Okyeame Kwame Versatile Show’ is in full gear, as the reality TV series chronicling the preparations towards the show finale hits the TV screens. Dubbed the “The Versatile Show Countdown”, it gets to throw light on preparations toward the show right from audition, rehearsals to the main event on December 14, 2012. The Countdown will showcase the fun times during rehearsals, stressful times and emotional moments when O.K can’t carry on but must dance his way through. In the very first episode which aired on Gh One, Okyeame Kwame was on to warm viewers and fans alike about what to expect with the reality series. The 21-minutes reality show shot at the Oak Plaza in Accra segmented the maiden episode into Okyeame Kwame yesterday, now, and in the future. The first episode caught the CEO of Roverman Productions; James Ebo Whyte affectionately called Uncle Ebo Whyte, who is handling the Theatre aspect of the event. For someone so enthused about helping to give the creative industry of arts a facelift, Uncle James told of his willingness to join the train upon hearing what it was all about. One person beside herself with joy was the Production Executive of Roverman Productions, Effie Nkrumah. Although elated she keep her cards to her chest by saying to the cameras to expect a big surprise from O.K on the event night. She said it will leave patrons with memories to cherish for a long time to come. “I like his passion and commitment to his art and his craft. I like the fact that he was committed to self-improvement, the fact that he always want to challenge his comfort zone and to push his boundaries as far back as he could”, was how Uncle Ebo Whyte’s described Okyeame Kwame. Uncle Ebo Whyte, Okyeame Kwame revealed, The Roverman Theatre Group’s contribution to the show is free of any charges which motivates him to give out his best. Apart from Theatre, organizers also told viewers on the show, the School of Performing Arts will be giving classic contemporary dances on the event night. This, they said, won’t leave out street dancers which also include acrobats, stunt men (fireworks) and skaters all on one stage. The Okyeame Kwame Versatile Show Countdown reality series airs on Gh One at 3pm on Sundays.      ]]>

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