A progressive performing arts piece, educational curriculum and musical. Designed for children, youth, young adults and grownups to experience: self love, oneness education, social emotional learning, empowerment, respect, connections, community, mother earth, music, love, movement, theater, audience participation, and collaboratively working on a script that has many possibilities and choices.
The motif of the production is “One becomes two. Two becomes many. Many becomes one.” which means the production can be a one person show or 100 person show, depending on the breadth and depth that is chosen in it’s creation.
It consistently breaks the 4th wall, and includes the audience in all aspects of the performance. The music is pop/rock/ballad and folk, with indigenous medicine wheel teachings, and water and earth consciousness. A new play for these new times. One Love Rising, incorporates SEL activities interwoven throughout the performance. At the end of the musical you will find the manual of all SEL Activities from the production in expanded class format. Everything was created to support more self love, family love, community love and global love. Here is what is being said:
“The full musical, with script and original music, is accompanied by a workbook and activities that support the learning of self love practices. Heidi’s intent is nothing short of inspiring a systematic revolution in Education based on the teaching of self love. This lovingly crafted production provides a blueprint for educators to create self love revolutions in their own classrooms, stages, and communities! ~ Jacqueline Fischer, Faculty Adviser, Community Education, Goddard College 2019
“It blew me away Heidi.” ~ Goddard College Audience Member
“It was fabulous! That was a lot for one person to carry.” ~ Costume Designer/International Couture, Benson Robert the 3rd
“Your voice is so beautiful, I was melting, so relaxed. The meditations were great.” Goddard College Audience, Lauren
“Make choices and believe in them. And the audience will believe you.” ~ B Tru Arts Director, Aisha Melhem.