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Stories From the Sky: An Evening with Philippe Petit

at Guild Hall | Fri Jun 22


Guild Hall

158 Main Street
East Hampton, NY 11937
Tel: 6313240806
Contact Name: Reception
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Date & Time

08:00 PM
Fri, Jun 22, 2018
Cost:    $40-$80

Friday, June 22 at 8pm 

Stories From the Sky: An Evening with Philippe Petit 

Philippe Petit, famously known as the man who walked in the clouds between the World Trade Towers, is also a renowned master story-teller. It helps that all his tales are true and hand-picked from a very rich life of mostly self-taught creativity. During this evening, Philippe will recall (while making delightful sketches) how he learned the wire the wrong way: by gathering several ropes together to make it as wide as possible!  He will mime how an unscrupulous juggler sold him misaligned clubs proved “impossible to juggle”. Philippe might reenact a pickpocket experience from his youth, or share a bullfighting secret from the time he was a torero apprentice.  And he will share the moment of the impossible task of making that first step on the wire between the Twin Towers when Philippe relives it on stage in front of you...and tells you more.  Sharing an evening with the brilliant Philippe Petit is totally captivating, inspiring and uplifting. 

Tickets from $40/$38 GH Members - $85/$80 GH Members 
Tickets at; Box Office 631.324.4050 or in person daily 11am-5pm or until 30 minutes after curtain on show nights beginning May 21; or 1.866.811.4111.

The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806; 

The 2018 Theater Season is sponsored in part through the generosity of Barbara Slifka.