Why I’ll Never Make It goes LIVE with fellow artists in an interview cabaret, where they share stories and songs from their career and open up about certain hurdles they faced and overcame. It's a unique way to learn more about these artists and what it means to "make it" in this business.
Janine DiVita is a Broadway and screen actress and singer, concert artist, advocate, entrepreneur, producer, director, teacher, and writer who finds inspiration and creativity through storytelling. Her Broadway credits include Grease, Anything Goes, and The Mystery of Edwin Drood. She’s also appeared in the National Tours of If/Then, Finding Neverland, and Young Frankenstein (in which Mel Brooks gave her a shout out in an interview: “Janine... blows the roof off when she sings!”). Before Covid, she and WINMI host Patrick Oliver Jones performed together in Theatre Raleigh's production of Bridges of Madison County. DiVita also serves as the Director of the USO Show Troupe. In this role, she mentors and coaches 40 professional performers and produces and directs more than 200 live performances each year.
In-Person - Tickets start at $15, which includes a voucher for food and drinks.
Livestreaming - Tickets are $19, and a link to the show will be emailed around 6:30pm on June 8th.