Arabella Sedona

725 Highway 179 Sedona
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Arabella Sedona is a street performer from North Carolina, who uses her puppetry skills to tell stories to children. Arabella does spoken word, music, and puppetry for children and adults alike. She likes to speak about personal topics which she calls "daily dramas", such as self-esteem, bullying and racism. Arabella was born in North Carolina but raised in Australia from the age of five weeks old. She started making poetry when she was 9 years old with the support of her grandmothers who were great singers and poets themselves. After graduating high school she went on to study puppetry at the Marionette Theatre of Denmark. Arabella has worked as a puppeteer, performed at Punchlines Comedy Club in Raleigh, performed with the "People's Republic of Komedy" (a group that includes other Atlanta based performers such as Wreckshop, Ruckus and Dos Nouns), "Completely Serious" standup comedy group, North Carolina Children's Theatre, Drama on the Square and toured with the North Carolina Symphony. In January 2008 Arabella was featured in an article for Atlanta Magazine called 'Bones of Iron'. It was about her growing success in Atlanta doing spoken word and using puppet shows to teach children about prejudice, racism and bullying. The article also includes a short documentary called 'How to build a puppet in 60 seconds or less' which shows Arabella building a puppet of herself. Since then she has performed her solo show "Arabella Sedona: The Racist and the Redneck" at Hip Hop for Change, SPARKcon and TEDxDecatur 2013 and has also started making videos for her wacky YouTube channel under the name 'Ms Arabella Sedona'. Arabella is represented by Lisa Zaslow Talent Agency. In 2014 she was invited to speak at the United Nations in New York City by 130 countries, where she spoke about social media and diversity among young people around the world.
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