Eva Zazzali Uses Her Talents to Promote Anti-Bullying in the Musical, IT'S EASY
Saddle River N.J.'s 10 Year Old Actress/Singer Eva Zazzali uses her talent to help stop bullying in the Debut of the Family Musical, "It's Easy". There are just 5 shows left, Oct. 1st-Oct 8th at Irvington Town Hall Theater and is especially for Kids 4-8th Grades. October 1 at 2PM & 7PM October 4 at 9:30AM October 7 at 7:30PM October 8 at 2PM 10 Year Old Singer/Actress, and Granddaughter of Mario Perillo, Eva Zazzali is proud to perform in Debut of the anti-bullying show, "It's Easy" in the role of Debra Martino, and also covering other roles in the show as a swing!
Eva loves to use her talents to help other kids to help with anti-bullying, especially during October, Anti-Bullying Awareness Month.
The show is Produced by See The Wish Onstage, in collaboration with the Be-A-Friend Project, bringing letters of peer support to severely bullied youths across the country.
The show will be performed at Irvington Town Hall Theater, 85 Main Street, Irvington, N.Y. and will be Directed by January Akselrad and Music and Lyrics by January Akselrad. www.seethewish.com
Eva started her dance career at age 3. She became a member of Bergen County's Anita Ehrler's Dance Extensions Company dance team in jazz, and ballet when she was 8. She coupled that skill with voice lessons and immersed herself in the stage and musicals in several junior theater companies. Her favorite dance is tap.
Eva's dream roles in any production is a toss up between Annie in "Annie" and young Fiona in "Shrek", which won her a platinum trophy and second place all around singer/dancer at a recent vocal competition.
Eva is also the Granddaughter of the late Mario Perillo of Perillo Tours would be very, very proud! He was a big advocate of education and especially to meet people from all over the world. Please visit Eva's website for more info and upcoming performances. http://www.evazazzali.com/"The Friend Strong Musical, IT'S EASY!" debuted on September 16th for a ten-show run through October 8th at the Irvington Town Hall Theater in Irvington, NY. This NEW family musical produced by See The Wish/Onstage is about the power of friendship, what to do about bullying, and how, in every moment, the choices we make can change the future and the lives of others. Targeted especially for kids in grades 4-8, the show takes place in one day in the life of 6th grade classmates at Goodwin Middle School where bullies make life miserable, bystanders stay quiet and victims are many. A frequent victim, 6th Grader Jed Travis only wants to know if his life will get better. With help from a futuristic cell phone app, a wise custodian shows Jed and one unwitting bully how what they say and do changes the course of their futures and the lives of others... is it too late to change the heartbreaking fate of another bullied classmate? For more information or for tickets to review the show: