According to Sardia, “I struggled as a child and as a young woman because I battled with low self esteem, faced a lot of loss and suffered from dyslexia. I was told I wouldn’t succeed.” Without little support, Sardia stayed determined to beat the odds and obtain an education and become and Hollywood actress. “Not only did I have to deal with dyslexia, but I was a single mom raising two boys, struggling to make ends meet,” says Sardia. Never one to give up, Sardia preserved and obtained a theater degree from Columbia College in Chicago, and perfected her acting skills.
After relocating to California, she wrote, produced and directed her inspiring one woman show, From a Yardie to a Yankee, which is garnering rave reviews from Hollywood executives. According to Hollywood director/producer Gregory Marquette, “An amazing show, filled with heart, drama, happiness, and hope. Sardia takes the audience through her humorous yet challenging transition from Jamaica to an aspiring actress/comedian who followed her dreams to America; passionately performed from the heart of a beautiful woman for all to see.”
For more information about Sardia, visit www.SardiaRobinson.com
Sardia will be performing From a Yardie to a Yankee, on February 15th, at The Michael Woolson Studio, located at 8801 Cashio Street, LA, CA 90035 at 8:00 pm. She is available for interviews before and after the show. For media RSVPs, contact Publicity 911 at (760) 285-6496.
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