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Powerful Performances

Published:Sunday | June 10, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Dr Emerson Henry gave a powerful rendition of some of Bob Marley's greatest hits.
The dramatic Cordel Green had the audience laughing heartily to his satirical presentation of everyday life in Jamaica.
Carol Francis outdid herself in dance.
Dr Michael Abrahams had the audience in stitches with his humorous lyrics.Georgia Henry doing her medley of 'My Boy Lollipop' and 'Shanty Town'.
Dimario McDowell did good impersonations of both Dennis Brown and Gregory Isaacs.
Maurice Henry stole the show. - Photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Georgia Henry doing her medley of 'My Boy Lollipop' and 'Shanty Town'.
Miss Jamaica World 2011 Danielle Crosskill on the catwalk.

It was showtime at the National Indoor Sports Centre on Sunday last as a star-studded cast of men and women from various sectors of the society put on a brilliant show for charity.

In its 12th year, the Powerful Women and Men Perform for Charity concert had as its theme 'Say it Loud, 50 & Proud'. Hundreds of patrons who supported the event were not disappointed. In song, dance, poetry and drama, the cast of some 60 professionals delivered great entertainment. Proceeds from the from the annual event, which has netted over J$30 million since its inception, will go towards Mustard Seed charities.

Among the notable performers were Michael Abrahams, Earl Brown, Ian Wilkinson, Franz Clarke, Emerson Henry, Eleanor Jones, Janet Silvera, R. Christene King, Carol Francis, Glynis Salmon. Cordel Green, Richard Taylor, Janet Silvera, Celia Baretto De Hunter, Robert Robinson, Maurice Henry, Michelle Wilson-Reynolds, Dawn Fuller Phillips and Gerthlyn Reid-Holman.