Scott Marks noon, Aug. 24
You will hear seven stories that all end in one place -- the present -- where the truth emerges. To love and be loved. To be strong and not broken or damaged. Everything before that is a rational lie.
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You’ve been cheated on by your wife. You realize that she hasn’t been telling the only lie. You have too.
You’ve been sexually abused. You can’t tell the difference between your father and your lover.
You’re at someone's funeral looking back at how your own life has been a lie. Wondering if it’s too late to turn it around.
You feel disconnected from your husband. You don’t know how to tell him how you really feel.
You’re burned out from trying to save the world. You realize you aren’t a super hero.
You were scared of intimacy until you found a musical instrument that changed your whole life.
Telling the truth is uncomfortable. Raw vulnerability is scary and edgy. Telling the truth is the pathway to liberation.
Allow the truth to set you free.
Directed by Lawrence Lanoff. Produced by Tribal Truth.
- When: Saturday, June 28, 2014, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
- Cost: $25 - $55