How to Read Yourself with Starsky + Cox

Monday, January 20, 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM

The Yard

1251 Kearns Blvd

20 participants max

Ever wonder why you do the things you do or are the way you are? Ever wish that you could blame that verbal blunder or “failed” project on a higher power? Well, maybe you can? Spend an hour with Stella Starsky + Quinn Cox as they fast-track your understanding of the planets and the astrological signs and houses so you can decipher your own zodiac chart. All you need is your birth date, time, and place when you sign up for the class, and Starsky + Cox will have your charts ready to go!

Stella Starsky + Quinn Cox are internationally best-selling authors and astrological consultants, TV personalities, and performing artists who have staged eponymous shows at theatrical and cabaret venues like Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater in New York City and at Oberon at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts. They are authors of Sextrology (Harper) and Cosmic Coupling (Crown), columnists for Harpers Bazaar and The Daily Beast, and contributors to myriad publications like Glamour, Vogue, Allure and Elle. Starsky + Cox boast many outspoken clients and celebrity fans including J.K. Rowling, Charlize Theron, and Tori Amos who wrote a song inspired by them, "Goodbye Pisces," which they, in turn, perform. A real-life married couple, Starsky + Cox have been featured on various TV networks and programs and are regular guests on Chelsea Lately on E!. They have creatively partnered on projects with such progressive companies as MAC Cosmetics and Marc Jacobs International. They are founders, with writer/director John Cameron Mitchell, of Afterglow, a nonprofit live performing arts festival based in Provincetown, Massachusetts.

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