Father Ho lung and Friends presented “Yes!” – a musical journey of faith and love which follows the story of one man’s battle for the soul of Jamaica at the National Arena in Kingston. The inspirational musical showed to sold out audiences over the two days of it’s staging.
Father Richard Ho Lung recently turned 69 years old
Made possible by by the massive support from corporate Jamaica, various dignitaries including politicians, ambassadors and corporate executives could be seen over the two days of the staging of the musical.
Yes! aims to raising funds for the work of the Missionaries of the Poor (MOP), a non-profit religious community of men – who provide care for mentally challenged children, abandoned elderly, disabled women and HIV/AIDS victims who are residents of the MOP’s six facilities for the homeless and destitute. Father Ho Lung and friends’ previous production “Moses” was viewed by over 100,000 Jamaicans and was hailed a a worldclass musical production.
Over 12000 school children from all over the island saw the musical over two days before the show was fully opened to the public.
Video showing scene from Yes! Musical