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Arts Collective
Featured at Virtual Conferences
Arts Midwest / Western Arts Alliance 2020
APAP|NYC January 8-12, 2021
SOLO ARTS HEAL is a vision born from artists’ inspiring true stories that celebrate overcoming adversity, surviving emotional, mental, and physical challenges, and becoming health advocates… 

The collective creative vision? To help communities we share through educational outreach and the healing power of the Arts. 
Hai-Ting Chinn
Science Fair
Hai-Ting Chinn:
Science Fair
An Opera Singer's Love-Song
 to Science
A musical celebration of science: Lyrics created from the words of scientists & teachers, performed as songs with live experiments.

Frank Oden
Poetry in Concert
series is noted among top family and pop concerts for orchestra and ensembles. A theater professional with over 40 years experience as an actor, director, playwright, lyricist, composer and producer, ODEN has written and directed award-winning musical comedies for long-running productions and receives frequent commissions to create and perform his concert-length “lyrical narratives” with orchestras across the U.S. and Canada. SONG OF THE EARTH is an outstanding ‘Green’ addition to his repertoire complete with an Earth-friendly “Study Guide” for a sustainable world available for symphony family and educational shows.

Black Lives Matter
Tayo Aluko
British Nigerian Tayo Aluko's art is dedicated to encouraging
and inspiring progressive activism by showing how
Black History is everybody’s history.
What Happens?
Musings & Meditations on Life
A Tribute to Langston Hughes in Words and Song
complemented by music from the Harlem Renaissance in an evening of sophisticated entertainment

Call Mr. Robeson:
A Life, with Songs

British Nigerian Tayo Aluko's Award-winning Musical Play about the Great Actor-Singer-Orator Paul Robeson

Lorri Holt:
Colette Uncensored
"Stunning... passionate ...

Holt embodies the rebellious character in all her (ever-so-French) self-confidence, vulnerability and sensual charm.” – San Francisco Examiner

Stephanie Weisman:
Planet DoReMi
Navigating the Hi and Lo
of the Big C

Clawing her way out of the sci-fi sleep pod of anesthesia, this astronaut awakes with five, quarter-inch holes below her navel on her new planet, the Big C. 

Candace Y. Johnson:
VOX in a BOX
Breaking Musical Barriers

A Black opera singer struggles to find her authentic voice.


Lorri Holt:
Who Killed Sylvia Plath?

By award-winning playwright Lynne Kaufman


 – SF Examiner
Irma Herrera:
Why Would I Mispronounce My Own Name?

Irma Herrera's Solo Show Sheds Light and Throws Shade on Our Prejudices and Assumptions.

Wayne Harris

Award-winning solo performer, writer, educator, curriculum innovator and musician Wayne Harris' impressive body of work includes five full-length plays, presentations for schools, directing and designing for pageantry groups and various musical projects.
In 2013, Wayne was asked by the US. State Department to perform storytelling workshops in Jerusalem and the West Bank where he presented his play, The Letter: MLK at the Crossroads.
His play “Mother’s Milk: A Blues Riff in Three Acts” played to enthusiastic audiences winning “Best of the Fringe” at the San Francisco International Fringe Festival.

Kate Robards:
Ain't That Rich

A Show About Money That Appeals to Anyone That Has Ever Used It, Wanted It, or Had It.

Renée Wilson:

Raelette from the Academy Award winning film RAY, Renée Wilson dazzles as Honey!
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