What if your mind were really a time machine?
What could you do with it?
Change Your Past?
Change Your Present?
Change Your Future?
A one-man play that is part entertainment, part self-help information.
Actor, author and success coach Anthony Hamilton says the 60-minute show, not only entertains by showing how his early dreams manifested later in life, it can help people better understand how to use their brain as a “time machine” to enhance their lives.
“I got the idea of doing a play to tell the back story, of me having this dream and spending 20 years to figure it out,” he says. “It’s a way of saying the secret to success is to have a dream or a goal, see yourself achieving the goal, form a plan and carry that out. It’s not only interesting and intriguing, it’s useful.”
Now 70, Hamilton has been working as a success coach since the 1980s, espousing the idea of utilizing memories, dreams and goals to achieve one’s life desires. The idea of using the stage to share his ideas came to him early last year, after he took a workshop with local actor/educator T.J. Dawe. Hamilton learned that storytelling is a legitimate form of theatre and set to creating a performance-based show.
He applied for and won a spot in the Nanaimo Fringe Festival and polished his story before performing there, as well as in Victoria.
Recognizing the brain’s power to “change our life, heal our past and create our future” has only recently been discovered by academics, he says. But little research has been done into how to tap into that power and put it into action, Hamilton adds.
“It’s what every creative person does … It’s an idea whose time has come.”
Tickets for the play are $15
Tickets for the follow-up workshop on Sunday are $35
Save $10 and purchase both for $40
Tickets available at Talisman Books
You can find more about Hamilton’s success training programs at mindtimeandpower.com.