Human beings are wired to be with one another. In a cultural moment when we feel isolated and fractured, how do we connect authentically and deeply? We wonder if we are the only ones struggling, but it feels vulnerable to share.
Most of us have been feeling relational lack more acutely these days. One thing that makes us feel less alone (and builds community) is shared experience. When we give voice and open up conversation on a commonality, it can create a tangible feeling of connection.
Enter Unsuitable Creatives.
Unsuitable Creatives is a curated, cohesive performance in which multi-passionate creatives explore a timely topic. This never-to-be-repeated experience features original work by talented creatives who happen to be unmarried and Christian.
Here’s what a few guests of our last variety show loved about it.
Great variety of performers and flow of show. Always great to see creatives really giving their all in their craft on stage.
It was a fun evening with a chance to make new friends and solid entertainment.
Was a fun actual variety variety show! loneliness is relatable (lol, irony?)
Tickets for our next variety show are available now. Unsuitable Creatives: A Variety Show on the Search for Home will take place Saturday, November 12 at 8 PM at The Hub NYC (Park Ave and E 31st St). Prices go up 11/4, so snag your early bird tickets while you can!
I’ll be emceeing (and reading a lil something). Other performers are singer/songwriters Luke Rowland and Kayana, jazz guitarist Josh Wisterman, dance filmmaker Grace Copeland, flamenco dancer Paloma Rios, and poet Ellen Stedfeld (who will also be live sketching the event!).
Can’t make it but want to support the show? Visit our buymeacoffee page!
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