Jamaica’s Consul General to the Southern USA, R. Oliver Mair will be patron of the summer artistic showcase featuring the Ashe Company, the dynamic Jamaica-based theatre arts and social development enterprise.  The one night only performance titled “Boonoonoonoos” will be staged on Saturday, July 20, at the  Intercontinental Hotel in downtown Miami. Showtime is at 7:00 pm., and tickets are now available at EVENTBRITE.

The Universal Foundation for Better Living, Inc., & The Ashe Otaheite Foundation, Inc., have collaborated to host the Ashe Company which is set to bring the energy that transforms in a two for one musical and Jamaican style cabaret showcase.  Ashe returns to the Sunshine State after a long absence and is ready to amaze and inspire what they hope will be a capacity-sized audience.

According to the company’s Executive Director, Conroy Wilson, the team that will perform is a dynamic and energetic new generation Ashe. “We believe musical offers great entertainment value and the combination with a Jamaican style cabaret could be described as exciting Caribbean musical theater, dance theater, choral theater experiment featuring two shows for the price of one which should not be missed.”

The story for the musical “DED LEFF” which forms part of the showcase was written and directed by Michael Holgate with musical arrangements by Conroy Wilson. This re-imagined, redeveloped version promises to be a hit and will have the audience mesmerized and invigorated, providing patrons a belly full of laughter.

The special benefit performance forms a part of the Universal Foundation for Better Living’s annual conference ‘Panorama of Truth’ taking place at the same venue from Wednesday July 17 – Sunday July 21, 2019.