Carry the World

Carry the World  Women and PeaceJoin us for the debut of CARRY THE WORLD: Women and Peace, as we experience the inner revolution of 7 women on the battlefield of the human spirit, as they express their tragedies and triumphs through dialogue, testimony, song and dance. This 50-minute theatrical event explores greed, war and the effects of ignorance on the world within and without.



CARRY THE WORLD: Women and Peace, aims to inspire hope, and more importantly, an empathetic response calling the spirit to action and the body to activism on behalf of the dignity inherent in all of life.




Diana Castle has worked in various creative capacities for over 30 years, as teacher/coach, producer/director, actress/singer, with Julie Taymor, Julie Harris, Lily Tomlin, Olympia Dukakis, Common, Wynonna and Naomi Judd, Josh Groban, Jackie Evancho and many others. For 25 years, Diana has been mentoring the next generation of creative activists through herIMAGINED LIFE™ creative philosophy and practical application. She teaches acting as the art of the empathetic imagination in an effort to “illuminate alternative perceptions and possibilities of experience, facilitate catharsis and create community though the widening of our empathetic embrace.” Diana created THE IMAGINED LIFE™ THEATRE in Los Angeles and is the recipient of The Maverick Award for “self styled creativity” from The LA Women’s Theatre Festival. Diana will be featured on “30 Days of Intent” for the new Deepak Chopra premium YouTube channel, The Chopra Well. She is currently a mentor of the Creative Activist Program (CAP) at Creative Visions Foundation. 




Shohreh Aghdashloo - headshotKatarina Radivojevic - headshotAlexandra ChunConstance EjumaColleen DuffyJennifer HastyYareli Arizmendi


The production features Emmy Award winning actress – Shohreh Aghdashloo with Katarina Radivojevic, Alexandra Chun, Constance EjumaColleen Duffy, Jennifer Hasty, and Yareli Arizmendi.


5615 San Vicente Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90019

October 12, 13, 20. 8:00PM

October 14, 21. 7:00PM

Reservations Highly Recommended




Special Performance Presented By

9786 West Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90035

October 18. 8:00pm

7:00pm view the exhibition
One Person Crying: Women and War

Free underground parking. Please be considerate of our residential neighbors and make every effort to avoid driving through single-family residential streets.

*Reservations Required










“The politicians want only special revolutions, outward revolutions, and political readjustments. All of this is inconsequential. The only revolution that counts is a revolution of the human spirit.”

Henrik Ibsen




CARRY THE WORLD: Women and Peace, adapted from interviews and inspired by Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist, Marissa Roth’s ONE PERSON CRYING: Women and War photo exhibit from August 16- October 18, 2012 at the Museum of Tolerance.
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