Cait and I leave “love stickies” around the apartment for each other. A love stickie is a post-it note with a small message or sometimes even a simple drawing. They find their way onto bathroom mirrors, edges of counters, onto books or closed computers. Not a love letter, rather these are just little smiles to be discovered during the day. They are not meant to be permanent or collected. Part of the beauty of these little post-its is that they are temporary, not precious, and it is known that they will soon be tossed or recycled. But what is kept is the moment of discovery and the smile.
I wrote a love stickie to magic.
It is not a full show, it is not a workshop, just a little pop-up, like a post-it, that will hopefully create smiles.
Some stories, some stories about magic, and yes… some magic too.
And this is an invitation.
Ticket: you will need to bring something you love to the performance from one of these categories:
Photo, Food, Text (like a book, poem, or even an actual text), Joke, Quote, Object, Person (yes, this can be an actual living person)
*NOTE: You will get to keep them, but there needs to be a physical element to the "Loved Item." You should be able to place it on a table.
Date and Time: Monday January 28th @ 8:30
Location: Midtown NYC
The Odds Are Against Us
If I were to look back at my life 10 years ago, I never could have predicted that I would be living in NYC today; it was never part of the plan. And the more that I backtracked and examined the choices I made, the decisions that were out of my control, the coincidences, the chances, how opportunities aligned…it seemed nearly impossible to have predicted where I am today…when any one of those moments or decisions could have drastically shifted the path I was on. In all honesty, I was a few key moments away from being married at 22, living in St. Louis, and probably owning a cat or a dog.
I am curious about where the line between impossible and improbable lies. Where something is so improbable…that the feeling in your heart is:
“that was impossible”
This is an invitation.
It is not a full show, it is not a workshop, just a little pop-up.
Some stories, hopefully some coincidences, and yes… some magic too.
In place of a ticket: you will need to purchase and bring a New York Lottery Scratchcard ($1-$5 scratchcard, not yet scratched)
Date and Time: Tuesday February 26th at 8:30pm
Location: Midtown NYC
Bonus Seat: In the spirit of this month’s theme, I’ve left one seat to chance. One name will be drawn at random from the waitlist and invited to the show. They will be notified Sunday Feb. 24th at 12pm…there’s always a chance.