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Learn more about Gutless & Grateful at Hampshire College here.

Highlights from the event:

“We loved your show…it was a wonderful example of how drama is therapeutic.  Congratulations, Amy. What you’re doing is not only making a difference in your life and healing, but making a difference in so many other lives as well.”  – (Adjunct Faculty, Lesley University)

“You are what every campus needs right now.  If we had more people with your desire to get the student body talking, a lot of issues could be brought to light.” – Disability Counselor, Hampshire College

“I’ve never watched anything like that in my life!” – Sarah

Art and Healing

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Afterwards, I left coloring pages based on the first painting I ever made.  I was so happy to see some students filling theirs out.

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Nina, Junior in College

“Just finished this masterpiece! Great job tonight! It was so nice to hear your story in full and I heard so much meaningful dialogue sparked from the performance as I biked by audience members on my way home!” – Nina

“I went to your show this evening and I wanted to tell you how incredible it was. You have a gorgeous voice and most definitely belong on the stage. Your story was so moving, and I know it speaks to and touches a lot of people.   Thank you for sharing your story and talent.” – Shelby

If you’re a student, you can learn more about bringing Gutless & Grateful to your campus here.

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Learn more about the college program here.

It’s easy to bring Amy to your campus. Here’s how.

“Take Me To The World” – Hampshire College, Nov. 11th, 2015

bring gutless & Grateful to campus here!

bring gutless to campus

The Event:

Gutless & Grateful is the one-woman musical autobiography of Amy, a current Div II, taking Hampsters on a journey of hope, resilience and gratitude.

Download a flyer here! Gutless and Grateful at Hampshire College November 11th at 8pm 2015

Based in part on Amy’s personal experience surviving ten years of medical interventions, sexual abuse and PTSD, Amy will perform her autobiographical one-woman musical (70 min), followed by a talkback with Amy and Jordan Perry (Wellness Center) on developing a resiliency toolbox and learning to to take the best care of YOU on campus.

Come for an evening of musical entertainment, inspiring story-telling and empowering tools for turning your own obstacles into opportunities.

60 seats first come first serve at 8pm November 11th in the Recital Hall of the Music and Dance Building.

For more info, contact Amy here.


The performance will be followed by an opportunity to participate in the #LoveMyDetour campaign.

Join the Facebook Group event for more information!

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Learn more about Gutless & Grateful for all colleges here.

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