Experience an evening of intense, mostly weird, and mostly true stories crafted by the inimitable Peterson Toscano. Journey with him as he connects current events and social issues to personal experiences, blurring the lines between gender, privilege, and religion.
Who Is Peterson Toscano?
Why not let him tell you for himself:
His own personal history is more than inspiring. After spending his youth struggling with the conflict of tradition Christian dogma and his lived homosexual experience, Peterson and his family ended up wasting tens of thousands of dollars at conversion facilities to fix him for something that wasn’t wrong with him.
He has since then come to embrace himself for the incredible person that he is, not another person that someone else wants him to be. Along that journey, he wrote and acted in the one-person play, “Doin’ Time in the Home No Mo Halfway House” and produced the acclaimed documentary, “This is What Love in Action Looks Like“. Enjoy the trailer:
More Than A Show
Everything is Connected is more of a conversation than a show. Host Peterson Toscano leads transformative discussions about the intersectionality of race, religion, politics, and numerous other social justice issues. He is both welcoming and encouraging; creating an environment of open communication while at the same time imploring you to find deeper meanings to the questions inside yourself.
How Do I Attend Everything Is Connected?
That’s the best part, it couldn’t be easier to experience this amazing night of theatre. Peterson will be hosting a very special FREE presentation of Everything is Connected on Thursday, February 22nd at 7pm in the Modern Languages (ML 350) building on the University of Arizona Campus.
This show is sure to draw a huge crowd, so show up early to get great seats. Have a mind-blowing experience and, as always:
Tell Them Tony Ray Sent You 😎