Losing My Religion at Noho Center for the Arts

September 13th, 2011  |  by Published in featured, Featured Events











One Night Only!!

C3 collective member Seth Lepore will performing his award-winning show Losing My Religion: Confessions of a New Age Refugee at Northampton Center for the Arts on Friday September 16hth at 8:00 PM. The show is a hysterical romp through America’s spiritual enterprise exposing the blurry line between self-help and faith. Yoga gurus, healthy chocolate peddlers and Buddhists with God complexes ego-trip their way toward absurdity.

Lepore is returning home after an incredibly successful summer tour of the Fringe circuit, winning an Encore Award at the Minnesota Fringe Festival and garnering stellar reviews. One Night Only!!

There are special discount tickets available to readers of the C3 blog for $10 each until Wednesday 9/14 at midnight. Click here and when purchasing tickets enter the discount code LOSINGIT and you’ll see the C3 Special price!

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Northampton Arts Council, Inc.

Co-sponsored by C3.

“Part of your brain is reminding you that this is a… show mocking exploitative “self-help” programs, but another part will be telling you to sign up for what the gurus are offering. That’s the strange danger of these characters, and Lepore conveys it with a precise, polished, unfailingly entertaining performance.” Twin Cities Daily Planet

 “[Lepore]… shows the perils of trying to embark on a spiritual journey when you have the intensity of a true believer but the direction of a lost soul… [and] shows off his integrity as a writer, directing the audience’s laughter at a commentary on the faux-spirituality industry, rather than the motivations of people who buy into it.” DCtheatrescene.com

“Lepore comes across a lone, common-man hero…Possessing a rubber-faced ability to slide cleanly into character and deadly accurate powers of observation, Lepore’s acting is integral to the success of [the piece] and worth the price of admission alone.”  Brattleboro Reformer

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