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The Butterfly Place: Jesse Wilson

March 4 @ 5:00 pm 6:30 pm

Motivational Speaker

The Butterfly Place: A one man show by Jesse Wilson

The three most powerful decisions are what you hold onto… what you let go of… or do you choose to live with your mother? A darkly comedic coming-of-age journey, “Goodbye To The Butterfly Place” is the story of a mother and son growing up together (for the second time) and learning the painful art of acceptance… and letting go. It’s October, the onset of “butterfly season” in Monterey, California. Jesse, a struggling out of work actor escapes to his mother’s animal-cramped birdhouse by the ocean. Painfully (and hilariously) they both begin the greatest second act of their lives.

This performance kicks off the beginning of Jesse Wilson’s “Lessons From The Stage: Live Your Greater Story”; breakthrough communication workshops “When you remove your mask you set the stage for your greater story to begin!”

-Jesse Wilson, CEO of Tell The Winning Story

After seeing Jesse Wilson’s motivational and inspirational stage performance of Goodbye To The Butterfly Place, you’ll have a chance to register to his popular breakthrough communication workshop: Tell The Winning: Live Your Legacy

*discount rate applied to the workshop if you see the solo performance


Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/497878767797

For questions regarding events please contact Lauren Martinez at: [email protected]


March 4
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
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Illuminate City Aud

Colorado Springs City Auditorium

221 E Kiowa St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States
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The Colorado Springs Community Cultural Collective believes that we are a diverse community, with a cultural landscape that tells a very rich story with deep roots in the arts. This story, both past and present reflect our times, question our biases and bring us together by creating common ground. We wholeheartedly embrace equal opportunity and full inclusion in the arts for all people, including people of color, of all genders and any gender identity, of every sexual orientation, for people with different abilities, those of every ethnicity, and every opinion.