On the Road:
A One Helluva Woman Show
80 year-old activist drives her Prius across the Country
to Change the World
The exploits, obstacles and joys of a road trip to video interview powerhouses creating deep seated change in the arts, education, economy, and communities. Uplifting, humorous, moving and persuasively optimistic for our collective future.
Five Minute Intro To Jan’s Activism Meets Theatre Show
The show was produced by Stageworks Theatre in Tampa and directed by Karla Hartley, Producing Artistic Director. It premiered to sold out audiences and is now available for booking in other venues. To Book show: firstname.lastname@example.org
The show is 1 1/2 hours and features Jan’s personal experiences on the road and video clips from 20 of the 51 change-makers’ interviews. Jan covered 13,026 miles in 67 days, shot 51 videos, had 6 car problems, nearly finished 1.75 liters of rum AND did finish countless glasses of red wine.
Jan’s book about her road trip exploits and interviews is available.
Jan recently received a Community Arts Impact Program Award from the Arts Council of Hillsborough County to present this show free to audiences at six venues in Hillsborough County. She is currently booked, at the historic Glover School in Bealsville, Carrollwood Cultural Center, Life Enrichment Center and at a TBD venue in Ruskin. Please contact her at email@example.com if you know of another organization or venue that might be interested.
On the Road was Sponsored by Premier Eye Care
- Athena Society
- Tampa Bay Business for Culture & Arts
- Equality Florida
- The BridgeReviews: As Jan introduces the audience to people who are impacting their communities and changing lives, she has an incredible talent for making us laugh while she inspires us to do more to contribute. Kathleen M. Heide Professor University of South Florida
Jan Roberts is a genius! Her one woman show is brilliant, heart-wrenching and funny! I had tears in my eyes and left enriched with hope and love. Bonnie Saks, MD
Jan is so talented at storytelling – meaningful storytelling. That’s such an effective way to pass on truths. Patti Breckenridge Career Consultant Lee Hecht Harrison.
This show is not “Get Your Kicks on Route 66”. It is brilliant, important, humorous and meaningful! A gem! Mark Klisch Ph.D.
This incredibly uplifting, one-woman show is a must see journey of empowerment and the best of humanity. Tracy Copes Daft Generation Managing Partner/Creative Director
Jan shares a spectrum of emotions and introduces innovative community thinkers across the country. A salve for your heart and soul and provides optimism for a positive future. Moira Burke, MD