Jamaica-born actor Jermaine Rowe opens on Broadway this July with the return of the Tony award-winning production, Fela!.
Rowe, a former dancer with the Dance Theatre of Harlem Ensemble, which recently toured Jamaica, started his performing arts career in Spanish Town, Jamaica, and is a former member of the National Dance Theatre Company.
A former Prime Minister’s youth award recipient and University of the West Indies graduate, Rowe went on to study at The Ailey School in New York. [Jamaica Gleaner]
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