Cast spotlight: Elizabeth DaRosa

by chelleymartinka on April 14, 2017

Elizabeth DaRosa, 31 a single mother of 2, became a mother in college. Elizabeth Darosa

She has shared her spoken word on several stages over the years and most recently was the color Blue in “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuff” by Ntozake Shange in March 2016. This is her first time being a part of LYTM and she feels blessed to be part of the experience.

Learning to use her voice to compensate for her stature has been a task, but she loves to make others laugh & speak encouragement into the souls of those longing for hope. As women we mask the burdens, pains and high demands of our lives with smiling faces and grace but beneath it all we all have a story of sacrifice, tragedy and triumph that makes us who we are, powerful. Powerful indeed. Thank you to all who have taken part in this masterpiece over the years, your story lives on.

You need to her Elizabeth’s story on May 4th HERE!

Jackie April 22, 2017 at 6:48 pm

I’m so inspired by you and your piece. xoxo

Tom Marino May 1, 2017 at 8:40 pm

Dear Elizabeth, I hope this note will find you. I so wanted to see you perform on stage on the 4th. I’d love to talk with you. I left partial hospital on Friday and didn’t see you to wish you to “break a leg”.I hope you remember me. I am as of today a patient at the veterans medical center (hospital) in white river junction Vermont for a little time. PTSD clinic and groups. My phone number is 508-415-8925 please do if you get a chance call me text me or email I hope you do well at your performance. I wish I was there I’d bring you flowers
Take good care. I hope to hear from you soon.
Sincerely yours, Tom

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