UNITY — A Thousand Little Thrills will take the stage at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 11, at Unity College Center for the Performing Arts.

The one-man show chronicles Khalil LeSaldo’s journey through Egypt just before the eruption of the Arab spring. The show humanizes the people in this time and place, and climaxes in a reflection on our deepest human flaws, begging the questions “how do we keep our lives interesting? What happens when we fail in that?” This show is aimed at developing youth, the Maine community, and anybody interested in expanding their collection of stories from around the world in our window of history.

Khalil LeSaldo is a human being with a knack for finding weird moments. Maybe he’s the one who makes it weird. Maybe he’s just very lucky.

Tickets cost $15.

For more information, call 509-7132 or visit www.uccpa.unity.edu.

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