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Leap of Faith
A “leap of faith” commonly refers to the act of accepting something outside the boundaries of reason (Wikipedia). Supposedly, the philosopher Søren Kierkegaard came up with this expression as a metaphor for religious belief in God (WritingExplained.org), but these leaps needn’t be confined to the godly realms. “Taking a leap of faith” can also mean doing something even if one is unsure that it is right or will succeed (CollinsDictionary.com). Either way, this March Live Bait is proud to present stories of either, or all, of the above, or of just “leap” or of just “faith.” Come see what leaps to mind!
If anyone has a true story that in some way, shape or form fits March’s theme, they should come to Live Bait, put their name in the fishbowl and, when called, come up and tell it. Remember, please: no notes, no rants, no aimless ramblings, no stand-up routines, and there is a six-minute time limit.
Of course, all are more than welcome to simply sit back and listen.
Live Bait is hosted by Phil Goldman, with banter, musical accompaniment and monthly theme song by Jerry “The Professor” Gregoire.
LIVE BAIT: TRUE STORIES FROM REAL PEOPLE
Tickets $7.00 – no reservations taken