Toronto: PostSecret The Show May 3rd – 8th

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PostSecret: The Show
May 3rd – May 8th
Panasonic Theatre, Toronto
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‘PostSecret: The Show’ is a visual, auditory and emotional journey through the beauty and complication of our deepest fears, ambitions, and confessions.

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With the assistance of projected images and video, three actors guide the audience through a crowd-sourced narrative of the stories behind never-before-seen secrets: sexual, sad, funny and controversial postcards that have made the PostSecret blog one of the most visited in the world.

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With the bravery of RENT and the surprising honesty of The Vagina Monologues, PostSecret: The Show is a breakthrough in audience sourced storytelling that reaches beyond the confines of the stage, reminding audiences that no matter what you may be facing, you are not alone.

[Just Announced] Tuesday, May 3. Free post-show talk-back and book signing with PostSecret creator Frank Warren.

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It was a complex night emotionally, alternating pearls of laughter with tears and moments of reflection organized around a powerful central theme: sharing secrets can save lives.
–Watertown Daily Times

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I laughed, I cried, I cringed.
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PostSecret: The Show
May 3rd – May 8th
Panasonic Theatre, Toronto
Buy Tickets Online

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Sunday Secrets

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Today is a good day — I’m actually wearing heels and a dress. Please understand those days (or weeks) where it seems like I’m not even trying — baggy clothes, unkept eyebrows, etc. are the days so filled with pain, I’ve got to be kind to myself and not add any more for ‘beauty.’

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This was me at 22, half my life ago. I had an eating disorder, and that night, my friend was trying to take silly pictures to cheer me up because I was suicidal. That’s his hand on top of the statue’s hand in Fountain Square in Cincinnati. My eyes look dead because I couldn’t stop thinking about how I was too fat and ugly to be out in public. What people look like and how they see themselves are often two completely, totally different things.

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21 Secrets People with Invisible Illnesses Wish You Knew. (PostSecret & The Mighty)

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