It’s easy to be cynical about aid efforts in Africa when slacktivism fiascos like the Kony 2012 campaign throw shade on the entire Western attitude toward the continent. But for percussionit/composer Curtis Andrews, making a difference in a developing nation means constructive, on-the-ground action. He first visited Dzogadze, a village in southeast Ghana in 1999, while studying percussion. Since then he’s made it his mission to give back to the community and has raised enough money to add a wing to the local school and help students travel to continue their education. Andrews, with the support of a wide local cast, will be performing traditional music and dance from Dzogadze at The Ship Pub. Cover is set at a $10 minimum donation with proceeds benefiting the Dzogadze Education Development Foundation.