And, Still I Rise

The Journey from Struggle to Triumph

Saturday, june 19, 2021

Featuring African Drum and Dance by Sewa Fare

Speech by Miss Hawaii 2020 Samantha Neyland

Dramatic Reading by Barbara Jackson and James Roberts

Musical Guest Chris Lowe

Plus, African-American Vendors

Free open market 2pm - 5:15pm

$40 show begins at 6:00

(limited to 40 seats)

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Sewa Fare

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Christopher Lowe

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Barbara Jackson

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Shervelle Bergholz is an aspiring writer, actor, dancer and director. She has been in theater for many years first, in Alabama, and then, here in Hawaii. She began performing in the Anniston Community Theater more than 20 years ago and, since then, her love for the performing arts has only grown! Once she relocated to Hawaii, she performed in “Ragtime” at Diamondhead Theatre, “The Colored Museum” with Jeanne Herring, and “Intimate Apparel” with Evolve Theatre, among many other performances. In addition, Shervelle is a competitive ballroom dancer. She competes in International latin ballroom dances which include the Paso Doble, ChaCha, Rumba, Samba and Jive and also, Smooth Ballroom dances which include Waltz, Viennese Waltz,Tango, Argentine Tango and Foxtrot.  

  Most recently, Shervelle had her directorial debut in which she directed “Flyin’ West” by Pearl Cleage for Evolve Theatre. This experience was so exhilarating for her that she decided to start her own production company called W.o.W. Productions. Through this company, Shervelle hopes to continue to hone her skills as an actor, singer dancer, performer and director while bringing productions that are engaging, exciting, and enlightening.