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APRIL 2020 COVER GIRL
CHARLOTTE ISABEL

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​​​​​Check out  April 2020 Cover Girl Charlotte Isabel's Interview during her Photoshoot for Rising Talent Magazine!

Magazine Cover created by: Jaclyn Salamone

Photographer: Maria Stats

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Charlotte “Coco” Isabel  is a CA Bay Area native who has been on stage since age two. Some of her most recent and loved roles include Young Kangaroo (Suessical Jr), Farrah (She KillsMonsters), Featured Ensemble, (James and the Giant Peach Jr.), Lulu Hunterson (1st Ntl. TourWaitress the musical), Danny (Rabbit Hole), Alfredito (Alicia), Little Portly (Wind in the Willows), and her first stage role was as Honey Bee (Winnie the Pooh).

Coco also has dreams of joining her God mama Jessie Shelton <waitress 1st National tour,Hadestown (broadway)> on broadway someday.


FUN FACTS ABOUT CHARLOTTE







Pride- As an outspoken advocate for the LGBTQ+ community Coco has volunteered at Pride events all over the Bay Area since she was four. She has performed and volunteered at the “kidzone” at many of these events, but says the most fun was singing back up for a local Hedwig performance at Vallejo Pride.

Coco is one of the youngest kids to attend the Junior Theatre Festival. 
She was a mere 5 when she participated and competed at JTF West for the first time.

Check out Rising Talent Magazine’s Photoshoot with April 2020 Cover Girl CHARLOTTE ISABEL

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World AIDS Day- Coco has performed at World AIDS Day events since age four.

Coco has been a brand rep for Broadway Bowtique and Lulu Duex Millinery and has been a model for both companies.

Coco first appeared on screen in a student film called Little People Problems. It was directed by her uncle and can still be found on youtube, she was only 3mos. old.

Coco is a HUGE advocate for community service and has lent her voice and “celebrity” to the following causes:​

Kindness- Coco is a firm believer in kindness makes the world go ‘round. She found aperfectrole model in her stage mom at Waitress the amazing Christine Dwyer. As many of you knowshe is considered the queen of kindness among her cohorts. She gave Coco the best adviceany young actress could receive, “kindness first and then all the hard work.” She has taken that
advice to heart and came up with a kindness challenge for her last birthday. For a full week she spotlighted local and national charities that she loves and has worked with. She challenged her friends to random acts of kindness in honor of her 7th bday. Even now while we are all social distancing and its so hard to reach people she went out with her family and drove to people’s homes, parked in front, cranked up Pharrell’s Happy and danced and held up signs that said“we love you”, “you are not alone” , and “thank you”.

Literacy Advocate- Sharing the same birthday as Dr. Suess will instill a love of reading in anyone. Coco has helped and volunteered n classrooms and libraries for Read Across America.Just this last year she collected books from her friends and donated them to The VallejoLiteracy Alliance, an organization that makes sure all kids regardless of age have access tobooks of their very own.

Coco is the youngest of 5 kids ALL artists and performers.


Foster Kids- Coco has been blessed not just with an amazing family but a large theatre familyandwas upset to find out that some people are not as lucky. So she and her siblings along withtheir theatre On The Fringe VAPA created a costume recycling program where you can donateold costumes. Coco and her siblings wash and mend (if needed) the old costumes and thenhave a “costume shop” where local foster kids can pick out a halloween outfit for free. As oftoday the costume shop has given away 600 costumes in 3 years.