HUMANITY'S CHILD: A "VIRTUAL" PERFORMANCE

Now thru May 24, 2021

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Kimaya Diggs

Sara
aka "Humanity's Child"

Kimaya is the voice, spoken and sung, of the title character in Humanity’s Child. Inspired by the acrobatic folk renderings of Joni Mitchell, Ella Fitzgerald’s jazz stylings, and Lianna LaHavas, she draws skillfully from this great lineage of musical pioneers creating a musical lane all her own. With a playful presence and frank storytelling, her vocal mastery is the focal point of each performance. Kimaya’s debut album, “Breastfed” (2018), is a bittersweet chronicle of growth toward the light. Recklessly urgent, irreverent and defiant in the face of the past, “Breastfed” boldly wrangles the pain and glory of a growing-up narrative, claiming its narrative with spirit and dark humor. Kimaya is also a prolific writer have created soundtracks, libretti, and themes for several plays, operas, and podcasts.

THE VIRTUAL CHORUS

An All-Female Virtual Ensemble
Thirty Performers participating remotely
from across the country and across the pond!

Alice Pond

Old Saybrook, CT

Amanda Leigh Kraft

Stockbridge GA

Autumn Eliza Sheffy

Southington, CT

Blair Anderson

Feasterville, PA

Brooke Maynor-Rayfield

Atlanta, GA

Deborah Busick

Vernon, CT

Evana Wang

Princeton,   NJ

Gabrielle Czarnik

Chicago, IL

Gwen Stengel Pond

Old Saybrook, CT

Haritha Pisupati

Centerville, VA

Isa Jones

Ponte Verda, FL

Julia Doyle

Blackwood, NJ

Kaitlin Whiteman

Lowell, MA

Laura Schulze

New York, NY

Lauren Velasco-O’Donovan

Walpole, MA

Leah Freeman

Columbia, MD

Leah Sparkes

Los Angeles, CA

Lexi Paolino

Staten Island, NY

Macie Pinzone

Los Angeles, CA

Madison Meeron

Holland, MI

Maritza Sieders

Plano, TX

Merced Stratton

Los Angeles, CA

Natalie Alberti

Wilmington, NC

Nora Sharman

Lake Bluff, IL

Rennie Trautenberg

Laguna Beach, CA

Sadie Kaminsky

Skokie, Illinois

Saneeta Ram

United Kingdom

Sarah Wyner

Parkland, FL

Shari Lynn Halden

Piedmont, CA

Virginia Taylor Grabovsky

Monroe, CT

Jessica M. Glasser

 Vox
"The Voice in Sara's Head"

Jessic is the voice, spoken and sung, of Vox, the “voice in Sara’s head” and her “invisible childhood friend.” A graduate of AMDA in New York, Jessica returns to the Humanity’s Child Musicals having played the title role in the 2018 production. She has also appeared in Edwin Drood, La Cage, and Bright Star with the Opera House Players of Enfield, CT; in All Shook Up, Taffeta Christmas, and Grease at the Connecticut Cabaret in Berlin; and, has delighted audiences as Marilyn Monroe in Six Flags New England. Jessica has fronted several successful popular New England bands and is an event coordinator at Kaleidoscope Art and Entertainment of W. Hartford. She shares her home with her three pugs and husband Matt. Jessica and Matt are expecting their first (and humanity’s next) child this fall. 

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