"Darlene Hope

is Sly, Wise & Funny!"


The Pinnacle Project 

Are you ready to lose your crutch? Not all crutches are bad. Most begin as helpful tools for times when you are weak. But crutches have a shelf life. If you use them for too long, they'll hold you back from growing, maturing, walking, and working at your greatest potential!



What's Your Crutch?

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Join Darlene in a 40-day journey thru the book of Ruth. Enjoy practical conversations on how to recover from loss & reconnect with your dreams.
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​Long Term Thinking

What's Your Crutch?

The story of Ruth begins with a famine, and I love it! 'Why', you ask? Because from the very beginning we know that this is no fairy tale. This is a story about real life and real people. There's no pretense here. Fearless honesty, transparency, and love - now that's a place to begin!

A native of sunny Orlando, FL, Darlene Hope is a classically trained, New York-based actress, vocalist, writer, and entrepreneur. She has toured throughout the US, South America and the Caribbean combining her bright and captivating performances with philanthropy & humanitarian relief. Miss Hope earned her Bachelors in Theatre Arts from the University of South Florida and her Master of Fine Arts in Acting from the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training. She also studied extensively in London, Paris, and Italy under lauded international artists Corin Redgrave, Sir Donald Sinden, Dame Sian Phillips, Patsy Rodenburg OBE, Maestro Antonio Fava, Sheridan Morley, and Tony Award winner Mark Medoff. Miss Hope has since performed alongside some of Broadway’s leading stars, including Tony Award nominee Brenda Braxton, Sharon Wilkins, Jeremy Hays, Quentin Darrington, and many more. Whether on stage, film, television, or with young artist mentorship, Darlene lives to encourage others to achieve their ultimate potential. She is the author of multiple plays, screenplays, and faith-based journals, and is the founder of HopeFull Productions.

Feast or Famine



Spontanaeity can be a good thing! But in a crisis moment it can backfire. In the past, I allowed fear to hold me back from creating practical strategies for accomplishing my biggest life dreams and goals. Writing them down made me feel like I could be a loser or a winner. And so to avoid possibly losing, I failed to plot any course at all, which made it an impossibility to win. Don't fall into that trap! The distance between your dreams and reality is called action. Its time to work for yourself as diligently as you work for your boss!

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