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Answer: Early on Kathy asked me to super-size my mailbox so I did. Here’s an old photo.
If you have more questions, use this hashtag on twitter: #AskPostSecret
PS: I’ve learned to be a better listner.
“PostSecret: The Show” continues its US/Canada tour. This week I’ll see you in Pittsburgh, Milwakee and Indianpolis.
Is it alright if I loose track of the world.
Is it okay if I hide from the unknown.
Will you tell me again the story about,
how I’m not alone, it goes. . .
“PostSecret: The Show” at Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, Milwaukee
The Secret’s Out! PostSecret: The Show is an emotional experience.
by Erika Thrasher
Two couches. Three stools. One guitar. One spotlight. This is everything that you see on stage at PostSecret: The Show at the Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts Center’s Bank of America Thaetre. Three actors and one musician, who scores the show with his guitar, eventually join the stage. There is not much movement rather than the actors shifting from sitting to standing, and I can say without hesitation this is one of the most powerful and poignant things I have seen onstage.
While waiting for the show to begin the audience is seated, looking at the bare set. A projection screen lights up and the tweets from anyone using the hashtags #postsecretshow or #psrichardson are being live fed to screen. Some are audience members tweeting their excitement and others are secrets that are already being released.
Having interviewed creator Frank Warren a couple weeks ago, I was eager to see the show he described. There are no costume changes, scene changes or set changes, yet none of that was ever needed for this show to serve its intended purpose. There was however an intermission, and thank goodness for that because I don’t think I could have held it together for act two without it. One piece of advice: bring tissues. Lots of...
Be part of a multi-media celebration of our secrets and participate in how our soulful, sexual or silly stories can be transformative and healing. Frank has traveled the world sharing secrets and stories from the White House to the TED main stage, now in Red Bank, New Jersey. Come solo or bring your friends, they tell the best secrets. Booksigning to follow.