The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts presents “A Conversation with Payal Kadakia,” the esteemed founder of the $1 billion global fitness and wellness membership aggregator ClassPass, artist and author, in conjunction with the release of her new book, “LifePass,” on Feb. 27 at 4:00 p.m. in the Bram Goldsmith Theater. Violinist, social justice advocate and MacArthur “Genius” Vijay Gupta will moderate the conversation. Kadakia shares insights into the “LifePass Method,” the unique goal-setting system she developed to help people hone in on their feelings, screen out unnecessary distractions and accomplish more of what is meaningful to them for both their business and life. She also discusses how to let go of the pressure to achieve a traditional kind of success so people can create the life they most want to live. Kadakia will sign copies of her book following the event.
As an artist, Kadakia is the founder and artistic director of The Sa Dance Company, an L.A.-based Indian contemporary dance/movement company.
Upcoming performances at The Wallis in March include “Bridge to Everywhere,” led by artistic director Derrick Skye on March 3; Shai Wosner on March 5; “Rapunzel Alone” from March 12 to 19; MUSE/IQUE, led by artistic director and conductor Rachael Worby on March 12 and 13; Sunday Funday on March 13; DIAVOLO from March 18 to 20; “Bedtime Stories” from March 24 to 26; and “The Verdi Fiasco” with livestream beginning March 27. The premiere of “The Excavation of Mary Anning”, originally slated to open in February, has moved to the 2022-23 season.
Tickets for “A Conversation with Payal Kadakia” are on sale now at $20. The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts is located at 9390 N. Santa Monica Blvd. For information, thewallis.org.
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