Award-winning Will Read and Sing For Food (WRASFF) will perform a public benefit show for Tri Kappa’s Clothe The Children program Thursday, July 21, 7 p.m., at Sultan’s Run Golf Course. The show, a unique mix of live music and humor essays, will include Abbie Rumbach, Kyle Lueken, Bethany Boeglin, Scott Saalman and guest musician Vesper Days, a singer-songwriter from Newburgh. Jasper High School student Willy Krosnyak, second-place winner in WRASFF’s 2016 humor writing contest, will also read his essay. This will also be the first WRASFF show to feature dance. Graciela Perrone will perform two Flamenco dance pieces. Perrone, a painter, singer and dancer, emigrated to the United States from Uruguay and now lives in Jasper. Perrone taught and danced in the ballet for several years and has studied flamenco in Spain with Juan Parra. She has been performing and exhibiting her artwork in places such as Caffé Classico; Jazz Factory; with the Louisville Orchestra; Western University in Kentucky; University of Louisville; San Diego Symphony; Louisville and Cincinnati Opera, Conrad Hotel in Punta del Este, Uruguay; the Consulate of Uruguay in Chicago, representing her country. She has been touring with her dance and artwork with Tim Rise (saxophonist of the Rolling Stones) and his Rolling Stones Project in Louisville, Chicago, Ann Arbor, New York City, and Philadelphia. She performed with Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour, in Lexington, Kentucky. She has songs from her album Graciela in two movies, Keep Your Distance, directed by Stu Pollard and Higher Ground, a mountain Culture film. WRASFF received the 2016 Project Award presented by the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana. Since Oct. 2011, the show has raised $67,000 for various local charities via the generosity of its audiences. Admission: $10 donation to Tri Kappa’s Clothe The Children fund. Cash Bar.