Pop-Up Magazine: Love Stories
All ages require a ticket; no children under 2 years.
Late seating will be at the discretion of the House Manager.
The first 250 early attendees to Pop Up Magazine: Love Stories to arrive (by 6:45pm) will receive 1 drink ticket that can be redeemed for a Botanist cocktail. Open to ticket holders 21+.
An unforgettable live multimedia experience.
“Sweeping the nation with live performances of human interest stories…like an emotionally intellectual rock concert.”—Playbill
Pop-Up Magazine is the acclaimed live magazine show, featuring original and unforgettable true stories, art, music, and performance from the world’s great and emerging storytellers and journalists, accompanied by illustration, animation, film, photography, and an original score performed onstage by our musical collaborators, Magik*Magik Orchestra. Imagine a comedy show, play, concert, podcast, and film—all wrapped into one night.
Pop-Up Magazine will embark on a themed tour this fall: Love Stories. First loves and blind dates, heartbreak and missed connections, life-long companionship and chosen family. What does love mean to you? Pop-Up Magazine: Love Stories will explore powerful, hilarious, and moving stories about love in different forms: marriage, friendship, self-love, redemption, longing, and so much more.
With support from Google, Pop-Up Magazine: Love Stories will feature ASL interpreters, open captioning, and ADA accessible seating. For more information, please visit our FAQ.
Contributors to Pop-Up Magazine: Love Stories include writer and actor Ryan O’Connell (Netflix’s Special; Peacock’s Queer as Folk; author of I'm Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves), poet Sarah Kay (Project VOICE), musician Victoria Canal (Elegy EP), poet and playwright Marc Bamuthi Joseph (The Just and The Blind, Watch Night, The Kennedy Center), radio producers Rachael Cusick (Radiolab) and Annie Brown (Pineapple Street, The Daily), filmmaker Nadav Kurtz (Paraiso, a Sundance Film Festival selection), comedian Pamela Rae Schuller (“What Makes Me Tic”), and more.