Two young women on cushions, with blankets, in tears. A couple holding hands, sitting in chairs, sighing over every line of Mamalou’s love for Long Shoe. A row of gung-ho gentlemen enthusiastically clapping each resounding ending of an Imagine-a-nation scene. Rivera cross-legged on a box, at the end, drinking water from her mason jar while answering questions about diversity and inspiration, spirituality and determination, as vegan cookies were passed around to the incredibly appreciative audience on Sat night at Divinitree.
“The venue is magic. It’s like my living room. Several people said they came to ‘witness’ this event. . .like seeing these previews of A Star Called Love is something you might tell your kids about one day!” -Rivera Sun
It is magic. Two magical previews in a row. And a third one rolling toward you faster than lightening! Next Saturday, the much anticipated, long-awaited, guaranteed to spill tears and laughter “Education of Lala Girl” premiers at Divinitree. Don’t miss it. And don’t delay getting your tickets. It’s filling up. The venue is intimate and tiny. Rivera literally lays the story out at your feet. See you at 8pm at Divinitree!