Lincoln Center combines art and mental health awareness with ‘PostSecret: The Show’

In an interactive play at the Fort Collins Lincoln Center on February 9, 2018, PostSecret: The Show brings up the idea that our secrets don’t isolate us, but rather, they bring us together. Led by three actors, this live show incorporates humor, humanity, and honesty to bring the community together. The concept, over a decade old, originally existed as a way for people to anonymously share their secrets through the writing and sending of postcards. Only recently adapted from a social project to the stage, PostSecret still uses their platform for mental health and suicide awareness campaigning and have raised over $1 million for suicide prevention. This show also runs in conjunction with an art gallery, which will be hosted through February 24 at the Lincoln Center Art Gallery.

For more information about the project or the show, or to buy tickets, visit LCtix.com/postsecret