Written by Lynda Rodriquez / Directed by Paul Kampf
A one woman show about an actress’s hilarious and heartbreaking journey of Re-Discovery following a brain hemorrhage .The performance is followed by Q&A where she Diana shares her journey of living with cerebral palsy and how she has been resilient over adversity in achieving her dreams and goals.
Audience: High School** On Up
11 TOOLS TO CONSIDER WHEN DREAMING YOUR POSSIBLE DREAM
Taking the phrase DARE TO DREAM, Diana created an acronym where she shares 11 power words to consider for setting and achieving goals and dreams. During this interactive program Diana openly talks about her life experiences on growing up with a disability, and the steps she has taken to not let anything stop her from achieving her goal of being an actress. Using humor, honesty, compassion and performances, Diana motivates and encourages audiences to pursue their dream their possible dreams. Presented As A Motivational Speaking Performance Or Workshop
Audience: 5th Grade** and Up
Diana shares her experiences on a variety of topics ranging from her experiences being mainstreamed in school, to her wonderful and challenging journey pursuing a career as an actor with a disability and her commitment as an activist to ensuring disability is an inclusive part of the American Scene. Lectures can include short films and performances.
Audience: High School ** and Up
Innovative interactive creative and performing arts based disability awareness and education workshops geared for classroom setting.
Audience: K-8th grade **
Written scenes, monologues and improvisation exercises are used to allow workshop participants to access truthful emotion in imaginary circumstances. Workshops can be tailored for any age group or any acting experience level.
We will work with groups and organizations, work and spiritual retreats, conferences to design a workshop or series of workshops using improvisation scenes and exercises and other theater games and techniques to meet your specific needs and goals.
I’ll be performing “Watch your Head” for a Performance Studies class, and lecturing on Disability, Arts and Culture on Monday, February 16th.
Diana was able to captivate the audience with her encouraging words, while inspiring them to reach their dreams.
Diana’s performance of Watch Your Head makes one believe in the power of live theater.