JUNE 2, 3, 4, 5 at 21.00
West Park Presbyterian Church
NEW YORK CITY
Scottish Rite Teather
Unity Church of Wimberley
Black Repertory Theater
Living Stone Church
The show has been performed several times in New York City and Denmark.
»Sitting in the audience during a performance of "Girl of Diamond Mountain" is something like attending a revelatory, uplifting, and healing service in a church without borders.The magic urgency of this story enters our ears on the honest urgency of Carman Moore's music, as well as Arnsbjerg's clear, fresh vocals. Visual enhancement of the staged explorations comes through the dancing of Kiori Sherwood-Kawai and the videos of Caterina Bertolotto. But much more than a mixed-media conceptual piece, this is both a vital and an orignal experience meant for all of humanity.«
– Jeff Kaliss/Writer and music reviews
»Girl of diamond mountain is a fearless exploration of the journey from the trauma of abuse to the liberation of healing. Though highly personal, it invites others to explore their own stories. Healing, and even reconciliation, begins with truth...and Lotte Arnsbjerg is relentless in a fearless search for truth and healing for all human kind.
– Pastor Robert Brashear, Manhattan West Park Presbyterian Church, 86th.
»The Girl of Diamond Mountain moved something deep in my psyche. This moving performance throws open the dark doors of denial regarding child sexual abuse, and washes this taboo matter with the light of awareness. I was deeply moved by the sensitive manner in which these amazing performers took us on a journey of discovery and healing. This work of art needs to be available to audiences everywhere.«
– Rick Bernstein Honolulu, Hawaii