Black Underwear – A Feminine Empowerment Theatrical Performance

Dineen Carta of Unveil Your Voice Life Coaching Presents: An Integrated Theater Therapy Event

Black Underwear | A Feminine Empowerment Theatrical Performance

Saturday, November 4, National Museum of Dance, 99 South Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866,  7pm

We can’t begin to create change in our lives simply by being told how. Real change is ignited only when you can experience alignment in your body, your heart and your mind.
– Dineen Carta

Dineen Carta is the creator of Black Underwear – the Integrated Theater Therapy Event: a dynamic one-woman show of what can be accomplished when we engage all aspects of our essential selves.

“I’m taking my life coaching, my energy healing work, my poetry and my performing arts background and putting it all together in a one-of-a-kind stage performance,” says Dineen. “It’s something I’ve never seen done.”

Integrated Theater Therapy is a fresh new format that combines theatric performance with therapeutic approaches to unlock personal, emotional, and spiritual development.

While most life coaches focus on public speaking, Dineen is turning the format on its head by making it more creative, more performative and interactive, so people can see growth in action.

The performance is divided into two parts: a stage play and an interactive coaching opportunity.

“I’m showing through my performance in real time how women can do this with their lives,” says Dineen. “It’s about embracing all of ourselves and living from that place as best you can.

Dineen says she believes the key to change is to access the inherent wisdom and creativity that you alone possess.

Black Underwear | A Feminine Empowerment Theatrical Play & Performance explores the challenges of all women through its main character, Sunny. Her inner world is brought to life through three characters that represent her heart, mind and instinct. We see these characters grapple with the events in Sunny’s life.

This Integrated Theater Therapy Event is based on Loving the Ache: A Woman’s Journey, a collection of Dineen’s poetry and prose that explores the connection between women’s sensuality and their spirituality. Poetry from the book is featured and used to punctuate scenes in the performance.

“I want women in the audience to come in with their individual stories and leave feeling like they are part of a community,” says Dineen. I’m hoping there will be a sense of empowerment and shared experience.”

Dineen’s ITT event is adaptable to many sized venues and she is interested in bringing Sunny to many audiences. To host a show, use the contact page on this website to contact Dineen directly.

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