Catharsis Beyond the Mall – Cracked Up
December 3 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
In Cracked Up we witness the effects adverse childhood experiences can have across a lifetime through the incredible story of actor, comedian, master impressionist and Saturday Night Live veteran, Darrell Hammond. Behind the scenes, Darrell suffered from debilitating flashbacks, self-injury, addiction, and misdiagnosis, until the right doctor isolated the key to unlocking the memories his brain kept locked away for over 50 years.
Please join the 2020 Catharsis on the Mall Trunk for an exclusive, one-night only screening of Cracked Up in the District. After the film, join several of the Trunk members for a post-screening discussion about the challenges and opportunities in navigating the effects of childhood trauma in our every day lives.
Help us raise money for the 2020 Catharsis on the Mall. Catharsis on the Mall is a grassroots run annual Vigil for Healing on the National Mall which is free for all to attend. Our mission is to create accessible spaces for healing. We do this by expanding the bounds of expression, connection, and inclusion in public and civic places, through direct engagement in participatory art, political action, holistic modalities, and sacred practice that restores ourselves and our communities, fostering social change. And we need your help and support to make that happen.
This film screening is not confirmed. Tugg is a crowdsourced platofrm to share movies and this documentary will only happen if at least 110 tickets are reserved by Monday, November 25. Reserving a ticket supports the screening. Making an additional donation supports our 2020 Vigil.
A Catharsis sticker – 10 dollars
A set of Catharsis coasters – 25 dollars
A Catharsis t-shirt – 50 dollars
2 Catharsis mugs – 100 dollars