Genre: Comedy, Drama, Solo Performance
written and performed by Seth Lepore, directed by Thomas Griffin

This one-man show written and performed by Seth Lepore, is a hysterical romp through America’s spiritual enterprise. The show exposes the blurry line between self-help and faith. Yoga gurus, healthy chocolate peddlers and Buddhists with God complexes ego-trip their way toward absurdity.  Losing My Religionwas one of the top 10 plays of 2011 according to the Twin Cities Daily Planet. 

"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

Open:   02/21/13
Close:   03/02/13

Thurs. Feb 21st at 7:35 PM, Sat. Feb 23rd at 3:10 PM, Tues. Feb 26th at 9:10 PM, Thurs. Feb 28th at 7:35 PM, Friday March 1st at 9:15 PM, Sat. March 2nd at 3:10 PM
Theater:   The Red Room
Address:   85 E. 4th St
New York, NY 10003
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Cost:Tickets: $15, Student/Senior/Military $12
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