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"Death of the Diva" Reel
"Death of the Diva" ReelGetting a behind scenes look at the making of the new show "Death of the Diva" a one-woman musical narrative by culture critic and artist Amanda Seales Little girls want to be reality stars. The only female rapper in the mainstream is a Black woman that calls herself "Barbie" and many of the most talented women in the industry have become egomaniacs. According to tv/web personality, recording artist, & actress Amanda Seales, the Diva is dead. In her latest project, a musically infused one-woman show, Amanda, morphs in and out of a multitude of characters using narrative, satire, rhyme and song to tell her theory of what caused the destruction of the mainstream media image of the iconic powerful woman and the women it will/has affect(ed). Exploring the influence of imagery, she seeks to assign accountability to the lack of female images in the mainstream, and raise awareness on the repercussions that has had and will have on women. Accompanied by a DJ, three-piece band, and video imagery, the show is dynamic and interactive compelling audiences to laugh, empathize, and nod their heads to the original musical numbers integrated throughout. A riveting piece, its theatrical commentary on the image based society women are still defining their identities in, Death of the Diva is as unique as its subject is universal.
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