I have been performing Starball for over ten years now. With changing venues and audiences, I never get tired of performing the show. At the start of the show, audience members are asked to write down a remembered dream. The dreams are then collected in a box. Through music and astronomy, we introduce people to the mechanics of the night sky. For the rest of the show, we randomly draw dreams from the box and use them as inspiration to create original constellations in the sky. The show has taken me to many different planetaria, conferences, and inspired new projects. In the summer of 2014 I taught a course at Beloit College called “Astronomy, Art and Archetypes,” a class inspired by my experience with the show. In the morning, students studied astronomy with a physics professor, worked with me in the middle of the day on creative endeavors, and ended the day with mindfulness meditation led by our Spiritual Life director. We took field trips to the Adler Planetarium, the Yerkes Observatory, and tracked the real sun, stars and moon. Students created their own astronomical rituals and a “Beloit Henge” project.