Why Pegasus?

Why Pegasus? I have been asked this question on several occasions recently. It was even suggested that it might be a name that holds us back in some of our endeavors. So, why did I decide on calling this project Pegasus Entertainment and Event Production Management, which I will admit is a mouthful. It also fills up the business card.

First, I just loved the concept of what the logo could like, which by the way was designed by my talented son, Jeff. A strong, muscular mythical horse that could soar into the sky. The Pegasus, came out of Greek mythology and was a symbol of 1) high flying imagination 2) mobility 3) powerful and 4) aspiring to the greatest heights of accomplishment. What there couldn't you like about the winged divine stallion that attempted to take Hercules to the sun?

I wanted to have as a symbol something that reflected what I dreamed this entity could become. We produce and manage events for entertaining people that are different and highly creative (High flying imagination). We travel without a home (Mobility). We have a strong and diverse creative group of talented people (Powerful). We will never be satisfied with not reaching for the stars (Aspiring) in what we create.

So, now you know why I chose the name Pegasus.

Coming up on Monday, October 22 6pm at the Morton Center will be auditions for Downtown Dicken's. Performances will be on Saturday, December 8th at 11am, 1pm, and 3pm.

Indiana Film Network (IFN) will be meeting on the 18th. Info available at www.indianafilmmakers.org

Tickets are now on sale for ShakesBEER. A sophisticated pub crawl on November 16th and 17th. They are available at Civic Theater, Thieme and Wagner, The Knickerbocker Saloon, Digby's Pub and Patio and at Professor Joe's. 

Finally, Chancel Players of Lafayette will be performing Pilgrim's Progress the weekends of October 19, 20 and 26, 27 at Immanuel Reformed Presbyterian Church. For more information go to Facebook:Chancel-Players-of-Lafayette-Inc

That's all for today,

Be Extraordinary Today.

Tracy

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