Thursday, June 02, 2016

Hopeville: City of Lights: an inspirational parable

Hopeville: City of Lights from Theresa Chaze on Vimeo.

 Vision of Hopeville: Hopeville the City of Light was given to Fran Capo through a mysterious voice at 4 a.m. one morning. The vision is to get the message of light out to the world. Please help spread the light of this book, through word of mouth, your testimonials, sponsorships to schools, and by giving or donating it to anyone you feel needs comfort or to be uplifted. In these times of little hope, if we could get it into 100,000 hands it can have a ripple effect that could change the world and give people a sense of Hope, creating their own internal Hopeville. I would love for you to be a part of this vision.

Fran Capo has been doing stand up comedy for over twenty years. She has performed in front of every type of audience from Hells Angels to Nuns…from politicians to preachers, from corporate CEO’s to secretary’s luncheons…from PTA Meetings to Chamber of Commerce’s…you get the picture.
Fran has as an act which can be tailored for schools, corporations, arenas and television. In the nightclub circuit she has performed in major comedy clubs like Caroline’s and Dangerfield’s in New York City to the Tropicana in Las Vegas to the Grand Ole Opray in Nashville. She has also performed at fundraisers like the Make a Wish Foundation, Firehouse 9-11 fundraisers and for our servicemen both here in America and overseas in Okinawa for the Marines.

The ghost of a murdered child bring his parents back together after they have reincarnated. He needs them to remember their lives together so that they can forgive themselves and others. If he succeeds, they will all heal and he will be freed to also reincarnate. If he fails, their need for revenge will damn them all.

Never Can Say Good-bye is a Paranormal Thriller, which is comparable to Ghost, The Others, and the original Dark Shadows TV series.

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