written and directed by Mark Ruhala
Eddy Lee and Aura Shimaku
When soldiers keep the peace what is the aim?
A girl's magical speech to the United Nations.
When condescendingly questioned by a UN delegate following the speech, Lisa, with her mentor, backs her arguments with warnings a plenty from historical figures of American history alongside quotes from the world’s elite power brokers explicitly stating their views to take over the world with a new global body.
Isabella Olivo, starring as Lisa is a force to be reckoned with. Her stage presence goes way beyond her 9 years and she convincingly delivers a powerful speech that will cause any thinking mind to wonder, investigate, analyze and perhaps rethink the main stream media and official indoctrination about the UN.
What will happen if a global power rises which has no checks and balances and is accountable to no one? The 21st century will see, and the UN Agenda 21 is the blueprint."
Isabella Grace Olivo played "Molly" the featured "little orphan" in Riverwalk's Annie. She was also "Lucy" in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe at RWT's Young Artisan Workshop show last summer. Under the tutelage of Mark Ruhala, at the RPAC, she has performed as "Charlie" in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, “Horton” in Seussical (spring 2010), “The Stove” in Just So (summer 2010) and “Tin Man” in The Wizard of Oz (spring 2011). She is a singer with the MSU’s Preparatory Choir and has taken violin and early childhood music classes with the MSU Community Music School. In addition to musical theater, she enjoys arts and crafts, reading and languages.
Isabella is a remarkable young performer. I'm sorry this is only one night and I'm already booked. Jane
Saturday May 11 @ 7:30 pm
$10 adults/$8 child/sr.
Box Office 517-337-0464
Ruhala Performing Arts Center | 1846 Haslett Road | East Lansing MI 48823