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THEATER PROPOSAL TO ALL ORGANIZATIONS SEEKING AN EXCELLENT THEATER PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY, SCHOOLS, CHURCHES & NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

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Its All An Act 2 Youth Theater Proposal

  1. 1. Diane Cameron Elam D/b/a - It’s All An Act 2, Inc. An Alabama Non-Profit Organization Established 2003 December 28, 2008 Proposal for Black History Month & Other Theatrical Programs for Youth
  2. 2. I. SUMMARY ................................................................................................................................ 3 II. INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................... 4 III. NEEDS/PROBLEMS .................................................................................................................. 5 IV. GOALS/OBJECTIVES............................................................................................................... 5 V. PROCEDURES/SCOPE OF WORK ......................................................................................... 5 VI. TIMETABLE ................................................................................................................................ 6 VII. BUDGET .................................................................................................................................... 6 VIII. KEY PERSONNEL ...................................................................................................................... 7 IX. EVALUATION............................................................................................................................ 7 X. ENDORSEMENTS ...................................................................................................................... 7 XI. NEXT STEPS ............................................................................................................................... 7 XII. APPENDIX ................................................................................................................................. 8 Page 2 of 18
  3. 3. I. Summary The Its All An Act 2, Inc., is a non-profit organization that has been providing arts through education programs for Alabama schools, community centers, boys and girls clubs, youth organization, churches and community organizations since 2003. Our organization was incorporated in Mobile, Alabama. We believe in the power of art to transform lives of young people. We believe the benefits of the musical and theatrical arts disciplines provide; self esteem, positive group relationships, aversions to relational aggression and lack of exposure to the educational benefits of the arts. We believe in the principle that the “mother is the first teacher” concept and make every effort to integrate the family into the arts program. We believe the residual effect of parental and guardian involvement helps to validate the purpose of the arts program. We also believe the rewards are multiplied by encouraging unity and oneness in families. Every effort is made to keep down cost of productions. Staff members of Its All An Act 2, Inc., are highly skilled in the areas of Office Administration, Journalism, Graphic Artistry, Photography, Musicianship, Experienced Script Writers, Youth Community Activist & Youth Mentors, Ex Law Enforcement Officers, Singers, Dancers, Make-Up Artists and Seamstresses. Having such skilled personnel on board eliminates the need to seek outside companies for: advertising, marketing, invitations, flyers, costumes, stage sets, etc. All scripts are written by staff writers, all music soundtracks are produced by staff musicians, this eliminates the need to pay royalties on the work of other artist. Its All An Act 2, Inc., creates and tailors fresh scripts that are relevant in subject to both the actors and the local audience building community pride and notoriety by presenting theatrical productions based upon the history of the community. We are funded through theater earmarked grant funds of the inviting organization. We work within the budget of the earmarked funds. We are a non-profit organization currently without 501c3 status. We do however have sponsoring 501c3 organizations of good standing who will receive and administer the funds on our behalf. Page 3 of 18
  4. 4. II. Introduction It’s All An Act 2, Inc, was organized in 2003 and incorporated in Baldwin County, Alabama. The mission of Its All An Act 2, Inc., is to promote self esteem through accomplishment and empowerment through individual and group presentation. We strive to educate through the discipline of theatrical arts and increase awareness of environmental sustainability, global history and cultural awareness which produces respect for mankind and the environment. We support offering lifelong learning opportunities and support the showcasing of student talent and abilities providing opportunities for theater arts, creative writing, and music as a career profession. Our uniqueness is that we create scripts that deal with the issues of today’s youth. Peer pressure, relational aggression, drugs, bullying, parental or support guardian absence, sexual promiscuity, unplanned pregnancies, drug addicted caregivers, high school drop- out and truancy, juvenile delinquency, HIV/AIDS, alcohol addicted caregivers, smoking and gang initiation and turf wars and incarcerated caregivers. This allows young people an opportunity to solve conflicts and make sound decisions in a creative atmosphere from the safety of the stage. This is translated into sharpened judgments on the outcome of their own lives. Page 4 of 18
  5. 5. III. Needs/Problems In Urban and Inner-city areas all across the United States, there is an increasing void of arts programs available due to severe budget cuts of the nation’s arts programs. Its all An Act 2 helps to close those voids and serves as a bridge from the youth to society. When arts programs are instituted and young people are offered an alternative to social ills, healthy communities are created, crime, drugs, unplanned pregnancies and school drop out rates are lowered. IV. Goals/Objectives The future of arts-based conflict intervention and delinquency prevention programs is promising. Through continued investment in youth based arts programs weaknesses can be corrected. We as the mentor, teacher are better able to meet the growing needs of youth and communities. We endeavor to produce pertinent arts programs in the future to benefit families and communities and others who are struggling with new ways to combat the problem of juvenile social adjustments. We will constantly strive to providing youth with new skills, giving them the opportunities to use these skills, and offering them positive feedback and recognition for their hard work can potentially lead to healthier attitudes and positive behaviors. V. Procedures/Scope of Work Its All An Act trains its actors through no script, non competitive methodology. When the competition mode is removed from performing arts, the students are free to help each other with the stigma of “not being good enough” is removed from the equation. The young people are able to form non threatening friendships. This method fosters an oneness among the actors and creates an amicable “family environment.” A basic “script” is used at the onset of rehearsals and actors are gently weaned from the script and encouraged to use their own emotions to promote believability from the presentation. Students are also encouraged to name their characters and must submit a 2 page summary of their character that must be reflected in their portrayal. These summaries offer 75% of the final outcome of the play, for it is in these pages that the Director finds the “heartbeat” of the production. The audition process is merely and identifier of the skills and ability of the cast. Actors, singers, dancers, musicians, stage personnel, wardrobe, make-up, lighting and productions assistants are all identified through the first audition phase. Thus everyone is the cast is slated to do what they either elect to do or can do best. Page 5 of 18
  6. 6. VI. Timetable Description Time Needed Phase One audition 2 days Phase Two rehearsals 4 – 6 weeks Phase Three Presentation of production Selected days or weeks VII. Budget Its All An Act 2, Inc., works within the earmarked budge or grant received by the inviting organization for all phases from start to finish. Our staff can make costumes, provide stage make-up, create music & soundtracks, playbills, promotional flyers, media announcements, rehearsal announcements, opening night catering for 100, musicians for bandstand. We can work with any budget and tailor each production to the budget. Needs Suggestions Schools, Churches, Community Phase One Audition space Centers Schools, Churches, Community Phase Two Rehearsal space Center & 4 days at venue when possible Phase Three Hall, Theater, Community Theater To be negotiated Budget Subject to Grant Allowance Page 6 of 18
  7. 7. VIII. Key Personnel Diane Cameron CEO/Director Shehawnee Prescod Advisor Trasa Gardner, Edward Elam Masters Elementary Ed Marketing Director Music Director IX. Evaluation Dr. Wislene John of www.coreadvocacygroup.com, Program Advisor & Evaluator X. Endorsements Ms. Diane Cameron of Its All An Act 2, Inc., has received (2) Congratulatory Proclamations from the Honorable Bob Riley, Governor of the State of Alabama for her and her organizations work locally, nationally and internationally in theater and music. XI. Next Steps To contact Diane Cameron or inquire about a theater arts program for your community, school, non-profit organization, church, community center, youth group, Boys & Girls Club, After School program. Or if you are a funding organization or arts advocacy group and desire that this proposal be submitted as a grant for a particular fund, call our Central Schedule Office for more information 206-426-7197. For more information on the Directors Bio see www.theateronwheels.blogspot.com To send an email – usaartistobenin@aol.com Page 7 of 18
  8. 8. Appendix RECOGNITIONS  MEDIA MENTIONS  DIRECTOR’S BIO  Rep(s). By Representative Clark HJR700 ENROLLED, House Joint Resolution, CONGRATULATING DIANE CAMERON OF BALDWIN COUNTY FOR ACHIEVING USA ARTIST IN RESIDENCE FOR THE 2004 REPUBLIC OF BENIN GOSPEL AND ROOTS FESTIVAL. WHEREAS, it is with highest commendation that we recognize Diane Cameron, a resident of the City of Daphne in Baldwin County, Alabama, who has achieved the distinction of USA Artist in Residence for the 2004 Gospel and Roots Festival, which will be held in the Republic of Benin, West Africa; and WHEREAS, the USA Artist in Residence to the Benin Gospel and Roots Festival serves as a Goodwill Ambassador to promote reconciliation, cultural understanding, and friendships between the people of the United States and the people of the Republic of Benin through gospel songs, music of African Diaspora, theatrical performances, education, and cultural awareness; and WHEREAS, Ms. Cameron has made outstanding contributions to the arts in the State of Alabama through her unique multi-ethnic art form and method, which combines historical themes and current event interests as both serious messages and entertainment values, community involvement, and development of youth; and WHEREAS, as the Chief Artistic Officer of Its All An Act 2, Ms. Cameron provides artists and youth in the State of Alabama with the opportunity to perform, to be of public service, and to advance the cultural heritage of the state; and WHEREAS, indeed, Ms. Cameron's performances through Theatre 98 of Fairhope, and as USA Artist in Residence to the Benin Gospel and Roots Festival, have been of inestimable value to, and revered by, her admiring fans throughout the State of Alabama and the Republic of Benin; now therefore, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA, BOTH HOUSES THEREOF CONCURRING, That Diane Cameron of Daphne, Alabama, is applauded on the success she has deservedly achieved throughout her theatrical career and, by copy of this resolution, she is extended heartiest congratulations for achieving USA Artist in Residence for the 2004 Republic of Benin Gospel and Roots Festival. Page 8 of 18
  9. 9. Rep(s). By Representative Clark HJR262 ENROLLED, House Joint Resolution, HONORING DIANE CAMERON AS USA ARTIST IN RESIDENCE TO THE REPUBLIC OF BENIN. WHEREAS, Diane Cameron of Daphne, Alabama, was appointed USA Artist in Residence to the Republic of Benin, where she has served in this position for two years; and WHEREAS, Ms. Cameron's creation for her inspirational quot;Diasjazzaporaquot; art movement has indeed caused excitement among her fellow Alabamians and peers; and WHEREAS, in recognition of her artistic ability to create these masterpieces, she was nominated for the 2005 Kora Award in the American category for her video and CD for quot;Come Back Home to Africaquot;; and WHEREAS, she also has received deep satisfaction as a goodwill ambassador, while promoting Alabama throughout her many public appearances; and WHEREAS, indeed, she has etched her mark on the hearts of countless individuals throughout the world with her artistic endeavors and brought joy into their lives with the images she creates; now therefore, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA, BOTH HOUSES THEREOF CONCURRING, That it is with infinite pride and pleasure that we commend Diane Cameron as USA Artist in Residence to the Republic of Benin and direct that she receive a copy of this resolution of highest esteem and sincere best wishes for continued success in all future endeavors. Page 9 of 18
  10. 10. Logon | Classes | Volunteering | Donate | Store | Events | Search Home Summer Program Provides 'Drama Therapy' for Youth of Katrina About Us Contact Us News Participants include several who personally endured anger of 2005 Headline storm Sign up for Newsletter Marvin Wamble , Hurricane Recovery Program, American Red Cross Current Newsletter Newsletter Archive Tuesday, August 14, 2007 — The aftermath of Hurricane Katrina played out largely on Health and Safety our television screens, with images that seared the nation's collective conscience. Scenes Disaster Services of flooded homes and streets, ravaged buildings and families in peril or in exile inundated viewers and left an indelible impression on many. Blood Services Classes Two years later, on a stage inside a Baptist church in Mobile, Ala., teenagers are holding out their hands to lift others from the floor as somber music creates an eerily tragic Donations atmosphere. The youth, including many who were forced from their homes by the wrath Volunteering and fury of the storm, are using their powers of artistic expression to depict the events and emotions that defined the hurricane for them. Red Cross Store Careers This, too, is part of the aftermath of Katrina—a production titled quot;Water: When Katrina Came.quot; More than just entertainment for the audience, the play provides an opportunity Youth Home for the children to learn from each other. quot;I call it 'drama therapy,'quot; says writer and director Diane Cameron. quot;It allows the children to tell their own story through their own creative expressions.quot; The production is part of the Youth Enrichment Summer Program at Truevine Baptist Church. It is being made possible, in part, by a grant from the American Red Cross to help children work through the lingering effects of Katrina. Through its Hurricane Recovery Program, the American Red Cross has sent more than 15,000 young adults to summer camps throughout the Gulf Coast Region. The camps Page 10 of 18
  11. 11. allow participants to experience therapeutic and enrichment activities during the summer months. quot;As adults, just watching the news reports and reading the newspapers, it was frightening enough for us,quot; Cameron says. quot;You can imagine how a child might internalize all of that pain and anger and concern and worry.quot; Nine-year-old Elizabeth Carey of Prichard, Ala., who lends her amazing singing voice to the show, understands the emotional roller coaster that many children rode during and after Katrina. quot;In the beginning, it was an ordinary day,quot; she says. quot;But when Katrina hit, there was the Red Cross and everyone trying to help people who were suffering and things. And when (Katrina) went through, everyone was happy because it was gone and it wouldn't come back again.quot; Related Links: Katrina-Inspired Play Funded by Red Cross Youth Program  Related Content: HRP Picking up the Pieces  Terms And Conditions Page 11 of 18
  12. 12. Entertainment News News | Sports | Entertainment | Nigeria Films | LifeStyle | Blogs | References DIANE CAMERON “DAUGHTER OF DIASPORA” By Raphael Eklu Sun, 06 Jul 2008 | Print | E-Mail | PDF | Graphics Version Gospel DIANE CAMERON DIANE CAMERON TO RETURN TO THE REPUBLIC OF BENIN, WEST AFRICA FOR GOSPEL & RACINES FESTIVAL Singer, Songwriter Diane Cameron returns for the 2008 Gospel & Racines Festival in the Republic of Benin, West Africa on July 27th. This will be the 3rd appearance for this Chicago native. She will once again reach out to Benin’s abundance of talented musicians for accompaniment during her appearance. Diane is affectionately called the “Daughter of Diaspora” because her writing and singing passion is mostly set to African themes and history. In 2005 she was nominated by the KORA AWARDS for her original song “Come Back Home To Africa” from “The Reconciliation” CD. Ms. Cameron will debut her new CD “Diaspora Child” at the festival. “I look forward to once again collaborating with my Beninese musical family, Christi VI, Okine, Mathias Dangbe and the heavenly vocals of K-Sim and others. Music is spiritual,” she continues, “it permeates the soul and feeds the spirit. As musical artist, we must sing songs that uplift the nations. In the sometimes chaotic world we live in, music can be a soothing balm. I am thankful to God that he allows me to be a conduit to his healing essence. It unites us all, superseding religion, race and locality.” While in Benin, she will visit orphanages and schools demonstrating her “Diaspora’s Child” youth cultural programs created out of her love for the young people of Benin. Ms. Cameron has also been invited by Community Connections Organization in Togo and plans to visit schools in Togo and Ghana as well. As Executive Director of the Page 12 of 18
  13. 13. Alabama Benin Forum her attendance in Benin will also focus on the economic exchange between the business community of both the State of Alabama and the Republic of Benin. quot;We live in a Global Society...Our neighbors are next door or a continent away. Our prayers should not be just for our children...but also for the children we may never meet. When I eat a meal and drink clean water, I should be mindful that my neighbors across the waters may not have eaten in a week. When I am tempted to complain about the rain, I repent and remember that my sisters and brothers in other countries may be praying for rain. As musical artists, we are the modern day griot....we must sing the stories…….the mantle is in our hands. Music is my contribution to my collective earth family...It’s the least I can do.....quot; Diane Cameron. For booking information call Page 13 of 18
  14. 14. Bio Diane Cameron is an International vocalist who has appeared in Tokyo, Paris, West Africa, South Africa, Canada and all over the United States. In July 2008, Ms. Cameron was invited by the Government of the Republic of Benin, West Africa as the USA Artist in Residence to Benin for the third time. Originally from Chicago, Illinois, she currently has made her home on the Eastern Shore in Alabama. Diane has played at some of the Eastern Shore’s finest establishments such as in San Destin, Florida at the San Destin Resort and Conference Center, Florabama as well as numerous private engagements and weddings. She also performed for the 2002 and 2003 Alabama Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce National Shrimp Festival. Other Alabama Eastern Shore appearances include Kiva Dunes, Beach Club, Guy's Gumbo, Oleander Resort, Marriott Grand Hotel, Legions Club, Theater 98 and more...Diane has produced several youth theatrical productions, was a guest on channel 44 Mobile's quot;Cover Storiesquot; hosted by Nona Simmons. As an actress, Ms. Cameron has appeared on the stage in Tokyo, Chicago, Atlanta, Toronto, Hilton Head Island, SC, Mobile and West Africa. Her role of Bernice in August Wilson's quot;THE PIANO LESSONquot;, earned a best actress nomination as actress of the year in Jacksonville, Florida. Diane has written several plays, published an environmental skit for the City of Mobile's quot;Keep Mobile Beautifulquot; organization and is writing a children's book quot;Fred & Felixquot; and an environmental play for children. Upcoming appearances include Sweet Auburn Heritage Festival/Atlanta and World Music Festival in Phoenix. Diane was selected U.S.A. Artist in Residence to the Republic of Benin, West Africa She was subsequently invited to Durban and Johannesburg in 2005 as a result of being nominated by the International Music Organization KORA. Her self authored CD quot;The Reconciliationquot; was in competition with musical works from Mariah Carey, Will Smith, 50 Cents and Canada's Olivier. The State of Alabama USA passed two Resolutions signed by the Honorable Bob Riley, Governor of recognizing Ms. Cameron’s theatrical and musical work with children. Her original musical “WATER – WHEN KATRINA CAME” was written prior to working with the 2007 PFC Howard Johnson II Summer Enrichment Camp. Nevertheless, once Ms. Cameron came on board July 2007 as the Camp Theater Director, her play became a vehicle helping victims cope with the loss and displacement from the hurricane’s aftermath. The play served as a perfect pilot for the camp as a support mechanism for the 200 + campers enrolled in the 5-week program at Truevine Baptist Church in Mobile. The camp was made possible by the American Red Cross National to provide cultural, educational, and emotional assistance to those young people who have Page 14 of 18
  15. 15. been impacted by Hurricane Katrina, Ivan and Rita. DRAMA PROGRAMS DRAMA INTERVENTIONS is the art of integrating theater, music, literary works, dance and visual art for the purpose of promoting reconciliation and development in personal conflict resolution, promoting awareness of cultural diversity through education while fostering a team atmosphere amongst the participants. Drama Interventions is committed to fostering a healthy planet through its project Green Earth Theater. Under this ecological banner the play “TRASH TAWKIN” was created. Trash Tawkin is the anchor story is a series designed to raise awareness for the need to be good stewards of the earth through recycling and civic beautification. The roles of actor, singer, dancer, writer, make-up artist, wardrobe persons, set designers and stage assistants provides a positive outlet for youthful energies and promotes a team environment between the production team, the cast, community and the environment. Trash Tawkin is designed to be a demonstration model for schools and youth outreach programs as an educational & entertainment tool DRAMA INTERVENTIONS is a division of ITS ALL AN ACT 2, INC., a non-profit organization domiciled in Mobile, Alabama. This organization has worked with high schools, middle schools, boys and girls clubs, elementary schools, youth groups, created an environmental awareness play for the City of Mobile's - Keep Mobile Beautiful Organization, and formed a summer theater workshop for the City of Daphne and in 2005 Ms. Cameron traveled to the Republic of Benin, West Africa to write, direct and produce a musical theatrical production for the International Christian School of Benin entitled “WILL I EVER SEE AFRICA AGAIN?”. In December 2006, Ms. Cameron was invited along with a delegation from Africa to share her experience in Africa with children at the Daufuskie Island Elementary School, Daufuskie Island, South Carolina. In 2007 DRAMA INTERVENTIONS was contracted by the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to hold a 4 week seminar and script a play for 200 campers dealing the emotional aftermath of killer storm Katrina. DRAMA INTERVENTIONS is an interactive theatre organization without walls. We go wherever the occasion necessitates, nationally, internationally, next door or across town. PERFORMANCE CREDITS Television Credits Channel 44 – Nona Simmons – Cover Stories – Interview & Vocal Performance – Mobile, Alabama Channel 3 – Pensacola Television to promote trip to Benin Channel 12 – Good Morning Jacksonville – Clennon King – Interview & Vocal Performance – Jacksonville, FL. Page 15 of 18
  16. 16. ORTB – Republic of Benin, West Africa LC2 – Republic of Benin, West Africa Radio Credits St. Augustine – Interview for compilation CD – Jacksonville, FL - 1997 Kennedy-King College Radio – Chicago, Illinois – This Woman’s Heart” 1998 WBEE – Peoria, Ill. – Listening Party for first CD 1999 – “This Woman’s Heart” WDLT – Mobile, AL – Carmen Brown Host - 2001 WDLT – Mobile, AL – Carmen Brown Host - 2002 WDLT – Mobile, AL – Carmen Brown Host - 2003 WDLT – Mobile, AL – Carmen Brown Host - 2004 Oceane FM Radio – Republic of Benin, West Africa - 2005 Radio Star FM – Republic of Benin, West Africa - 2005 Golf Radio FM – Republic of Benin, West Africa – 2005 CAPP FM Radio – Republic of Benin, West Africa – 2005 Radio Ouidah – Republic of Benin, West Africa - 2005 Benin Gospel and Roots Festival, West Africa – 2008 Theatrical Credits Fame – Hilton Head Island, SC 1991 Big River – Hilton Head Island, SC 1992 Prelude to a Kiss – Hilton Head Island, SC 1992 Midsummer’s Night Dream – Chicago, IL 1993 Merrily We Roll Along – Atlanta, GA 1995 Piano Lesson – Jacksonville, FL 1997 Page 16 of 18
  17. 17. Rhythm of the World – (written & directed) – Daphne, AL 2000 Voices of Freedom – (written & directed) – Mobile, AL 2001 Cry of Freedom – (written & directed) – Mobile, AL 2004 Open Letter to the African American Daughter – (written & directed) Mobile, AL 2005 Open Letter to the African American Son – (written & directed) Mobile, AL 2005 Will I Ever See Africa Again? – Written and Directed, Republic of Benin, West Africa 2005 Trash Tawkin – 2005 Water – When Katrina Came - 2007 Commercial Credits Haverty’s Furniture – Holiday Scene – Televised Aaron’s Furniture – Family Purchasing Scene – Print Marriott Grand Hotel – Postcard Scene - Print Newsprint Credits Hilton Head Island Packet – Dec 1991 Florida Times-Union – March 1997 Folio Weekly (Jacksonville) – December 1997 Mobile Press Register – May 2002 The Islander – Gulf Shores, Alabama – October 2002 Mobile Press Register – February 2004 Mobile Press Register – 2007 Le Journal – Benin, West Africa 2008 Page 17 of 18
  18. 18. National Festivals 2002, 2003, Alabama Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce Shrimp Festival International Tours Tokyo Dome Hotel – Artist Café – 3 Months with Phil Morrison Trio, Tokyo, Japan - 8/2000 – 11/2000 – Mitsuya Agency mitsuayproject@nifty.ne.jp *Republic of Benin/Africa Gospel & Roots Reconciliation Tour August 2nd – 8th 2004 *Republic of Benin/Africa Gospel & Roots Reconciliation Tour July 31st – August 7th 2005 & 2008 CREDITS CONGRATULATORY RESOLUTIONS SIGNED BY ALABAMA GOVERNOR BOB RILEY http://www.legislature.state.al.us/searchableinstruments/2004RS/Resolutions/HJR700.ht m http://www.legislature.state.al.us/searchableinstruments/2006RS/Resolutions/HJR262.ht m PRESS RELEASE ON WATER-WHEN KATRINA CAME IN RED CROSS NEWSLETTER http://www.redcross.org/article/0,1072,0_312_6914,00.html COMPANION VIDEO INTERVIEW OF DIANE CAMERON ON NBC 15 WATER- WHEN KATRINA CAME http://www.nbc15online.com/mediacenter/local.aspx?videoid=235099@video.wpmi.com HILTON HEAD ISLAND PACKET STORY ON TRIP TO DAUFUSKIE BY MS. CAMERON AND AFRICAN DELEGATION http://dwb.islandpacket.com/features/story/6296224p-5491059c.html THIS IS THE COMPANION VIDEO TO ACCOMPANY THE HILTON HEAD ISLAND STORY http://www.islandpacket.com/man/video/122406_AfricanFilmmakers.html Ms. Cameron’s Award Winning Music can be found at www.theartofdianecameron.blogspot.com Ms. Cameron’s Theater site featuring her creative writings can be found at www.theateronwheels.blogspot.com Page 18 of 18

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