Kids Series kicks off at the Capitol

Multi-talented Dianna David takes the stage for a unique kids performance at the Capitol Theatre.

The multi-talented Dianna David will take the stage this weekend at the Capitol Theatre.

The Capitol Kids Series kicks off this Sunday with a performance by the super talented Dianna David.

Five characters (all played by David) come to life in this visually dynamic show about a young girl finding her way through a new school. Jam-packed with hip hop dancing, clowning, miming, shadow play, contact juggling, multimedia and a very important message.

David is a former mechanical engineer turn professional entertainer. What started out mimicking Michael Jackson at the age of six turned into a full-time passion.

David wanted to explore her natural talents in movement by fusing it with her love to be silly and play, hence entering the world of clowning.

She studied at San Francisco’s Clown Conservatory, The School of Physical Theatre in London, England and New York International Clown Festival’s intensive workshops. All tickets $12.50 Charge by phone 250.352.6363 buy online www.capitoltheatre.bc.ca.

 

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