You may recall the pop-up exhibit we told you about inside the Washington Pavilion's Visual Art Center (VAC) displaying post cards written anonymously featuring deep, dark secrets.
It's part of the Post Secret show. Now, some of those post cards will come to life through actors in the intimate setting of the Belbas Theatre. It's in Sioux Falls February 22nd and 23rd at 7:30 p.m.
"They're reading them out loud, reading the funny ones, the sad ones, they're reading the heartbreaking ones. Folks have a chance to submit their own postcards in the VAC. There's a chance they'll be featured in the show," Husby Performing Arts Center Assistant Manager TJ Polzin said.
It's based off the popular website, PostSecret.com, founded by Frank Warren. By the way, the show is for mature audiences only.
"The secrets being shared on the post cards are secrets that have never been shared before. With that, comes a lot of adult and mature content," Polzin said.
The show promises a unique, unforgettable and intimate experience.
"People in the audience will know they're not alone. There's people who have this funny story. Not everything is sad. Some of these things are funny and completely relate-able. That's another thing so great about Post Secret and its history," Polzin said. "The show is intimate in its nature too. People who come to the Pavilion come to the Mary W. Summervold Hall, usually, which seats 1,825 people. The Belbas Theatre seats 291. Take that intimate show and put it into an intimate setting. It'll make it that much more powerful."
If you can't make the show, check out the pop-up exhibit now through March 6th. It's free and open to the public.