San Francisco’s award-winning, renowned poet clown Sara Toby Moore has created an autobiographical “human cartoon fantasia” about facing troubling times with humor as resilience. Through hyper-physical comedy, quick-witted repartee and sweet, goofy musical numbers, Moore tells the horrible-hilarious story of their recent journey through the death of a parent, a crushing breakup and surviving cancer by finding the humor in all that humanity! As a lifelong writer, actor and circus clown Moore chose to use every skill they’d acquired to embrace & outright celebrate their unbelievable bad luck by careening furiously from their mouthy, inappropriate therapist (played with fabulous raging candor by TV Star Sharon Gless) to doing cancer treatments “in character” to trying to rebuild a performing career with their fellow comics during lockdown. Miraculously, Moore was saved from total despair by believing in the Carrie Fisher mantra:
"Take your broken heart and make it into art."