Break A Leg with Raina Donati
November 21, 2014
Hosted by Raina
Welcome to the first show of Break A Leg! In this episode, Raina starts out by discussing a basic idea that seems simple enough: creativity. However, there is much more to this concept that meets the eye! Is the left-brain right-brain theory really true? What really is creativity? Raina answers this questions and more with detail in the first half of the show. She also discusses one of her favorite book series, Divergent! Written by Veronica Roth, this incredible series has been made into a movie, with the second one on the way. Raina discusses characters, plotline, and her personally review of the series. Enjoy this first episode of Break A Leg with a variety of fun topics to explore!
Break A Leg
Friday at 3 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Kids Channel
When you hear the term “Break a Leg”, what do you think of? Perhaps you think of movies, acting, stages, and theatre? Break a Leg will explore all forms of creativity from theatre, movies, TV, even books! Your show host, Raina, will discuss all aspects of show business including how to get your start and what’s trending now. Raina will interview actors, singers, and dancers working in the industry to get unique and personal perspective. Tune in weekly to Break a Leg, your all things entertainment show!
Raina is multi faceted with lots of diverse interests including raising and keeping chickens, attending high school as an honor student, and she loves creating animation and making short films.
She is an accomplished performer, winning and placing in many state and national talent competitions. She has also won the Hot Pipes 2011 Singer of the Year title. Raina is a singer, actress, pianist, and an aspiring dancer. Besides being a radio host, she is also a Senior Associate Radio producer for other radio shows here at KidStar Radio.
Raina has a servant’s heart and has over 300 hours of community service. She has donated over 22” of hair to Locks of Love, and has volunteered with many organizations, including Feed My Starving Children, and Autism Speaks. Raina is also a three-time state pageant queen for the National American Miss Pageant system; this pageant focuses on community service, communication skills and building confidence.
She has been in many musicals, most recently, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. It may not be a coincidence that her name in Spanish means Queen because she dreams of becoming the future Queen of Broadway!