Seth Lepore’s Losing My Religion was an audience favorite during the 2011 Minnesota Fringe, and now he returns for SuperHappyMelancholyexpialidocious!
I am a skeptic and nonbeliever, but my journey is decidedly boring next to Lepore’s, who left Catholicism at 14 years old to explore Eastern philosophies and other facets of New Ageism. The first part of his self-help trilogy, Losing My Religion, covers those experiences, while the second part, SuperHappyMelancholyexpialidocious, features his journey into the happiness movement and how it intersects with the commoditization of spirituality.
This is a rebroadcast from March, so the dates and venue in the podcast are incorrect. If you want to be cool and see Seth Lepore and [ShowWithUnspellableTitle], you need to be 1) going to the Minnesota Fringe Festival, 2) at Huge Theater, and 3) there on August 5, 7, 8, 9, and 12th.