Dana DellaCamera was born in Connecticut and has lived in South Florida for most of her life. She is a performing artist and quadruple threat as she sings, dances, acts and is a visual artist however that has not been her focus for many years. She has performed at many theaters including the Actor’s Playhouse in Coral Gables, FL, the Bienes Center in Fort Lauderdale, in the musical “Chicago”, and at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in the original musical “Wake Up Sleeping Beauty”. Recently she was featured in the musical cabaret “R” at the Andrews Living Arts Theater between 2013-2014.

Sun Sentinel Review of "Sleeping Bueauty" By Rod Stafford Hagwood

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Dana was the lead in the short film “Breaking Up” by Sylvie Rokab, In the Light Productions and acted in the 1st Place short film, “Bon Voyage”, produced by Lonely Avocado Productions in the 48 Hour Film Festival - Florida Division in 2013.

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Dana was the lead singer and songwriter for alternative rock band Nakedown for 5 years. During that time Nakedown was written up in the Sun Sentinel as a “band to watch” in the South Florida Music scene. Dana has been acknowledged for her song writing ability in several online musical publications. She decided to begin her solo career a year ago and has been experimenting with writing all kinds of music and collaborating with other artists. She also has expanded to writing jazz and hip-hop songs. Dana is looking forward to getting back into the studio in early 2015 to record several R & B tracks as part of "The Rose Project".

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Dana is a resident artist at the 1310 Artist Lofts in Sailboat Bend and performs regularly at the 1310 Art Gallery for openings and events both as a singer and performance artist uniquely embracing each artists theme. Dana performs in restaurants, festivals and private parties. She is very active within the community and donates her time and talent to perform and choreograph pieces for Drag It Out (DIO), a local non-profit organization dedicated to teaching self-love, self-expression and acceptance through creativity. DIO empowers LGBT youth and their allies to be leaders in the community and expand creativity through learning the art of drag.

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For booking: Chamel Lyon Entertainment at +1 (786) 285-9243