Lana Johnson's keynote, "Middle of the Night," is a unique blend of songs, mime, wit, and personal insight. In her program, Lana shares her personal experiences of domestic violence, alcoholism, and cancer. Forgiveness, gratitude, and passion have led her to wellness and empowerment.
"Lana was wonderful with the greatest heart and presence. She was so clear and her love permeated the room. Her presentation style, with heart and beautiful song...truly was a wonderful avenue to touch lives."
"I loved Lana's quality of storytelling and the ease with which she shared her experience and her audience was with her every step of the way. The selection of songs were wonderful. Her message of esteem, responsibility, gratitude, forgiveness, and surrender was amazing!"
Price Range: Negotiable
Lana Johnson has performed at many celebrity events in Los Angeles including, "Comedy Under the Stars," honoring director/producer, Garry Marshall; "Youth Gang Service Awards," hosted by Paul Rodriguez and Edward James Olmos. Movie premieres include, "Sliver," starring Sharon Stone and "Little Man Tate," starring Jodie Foster. Lana has worked with teenagers for 12 years on anger management, peer counseling, and mentorship training. Currently, Lana is publishing a memoir about her discovery that she was Thelma Todd, a well-known comedienne/movie actress (in a past life) who was murdered in 1935. The book is called, "Don't You Know Who I Am? Discovering My Past Life As Thelma Todd." The book compares Lana's life now to Thelma's life then. The parallels are astonishing. This "must read" book is now available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. To see the book go to (link hidden)
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