Nicholas Gentry’s Wonder 101: A Thinking Man’s Theater is a magical presentation about the power of the philosophical perspective.
Aimed at lifelong learners and idealistic professionals, this show is a welcome alternative to the crass anti-intellectualism that characterizes so much in entertainment. Gentry uses storytelling, music, and illusion to explore the spiritual, social, and practical benefits of placing interesting questions above easy answers — and while he may amaze you, he will not insult your intelligence.
This is no novelty for passive spectators. It is an experience for the actively curious, led by a Carnegie Mellon and University of Pittsburgh professor who spent years as a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa, and teacher in Japan.
Answer the call of curiosity. Discover “philosophical entertainment” – an experience rooted in the heart, and
IMPORTANT: 2 item minimum • 12 & up • Smart Casual
Dinner and drinks served at Hope 46, adjacent to the lobby.
For dinner, please arrive by 7 pm. For drinks only, please arrive by 7:30 pm.
General Admission: $30.00