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Saturday, May 20 • 6:00pm - 8:00pm

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Join the #churchofspace for an early evening of #illuminaughtyritual theater. Fulfill the Illuminatus trilogy prophecy of Wilson. Participate in these one-time Illuminaughty invocations to the Knights and Sisters of Chaos. Hail Eris! All hail Discordia! Adapted and implemented from the occult classics by Peter J. Carroll.

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In regards to where he pulled his innovative ideas from, Bob Moog said, “Everything has some consciousness, and we tap into that. It’s about energy at its most basic level.” But how do we tune into that noosphere and bring next wave ideas to the fore? Who are the seers today... Read More →

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Christof Veillon

Christof Veillon was born and raised in Lyon, France and studied Theater in Paris. He performed at La Comédie Française, Théâtre de la Ville in Paris, and numbers of Theaters in France and in Europe. He has appeared in several TV movies and films. From 2010 to 2016, Christof leaved... Read More →
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Church of Space

A religion based on science.
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Marc Fleury

Marc grew up in Paris France, where he acquired a PhD in Theoretical Physics before moving to the United States to work at MIT and permanently relocated to the US. He spent his early professional life in Silicon Valley pioneering business models of Open Source Software (JBoss). After... Read More →
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Park Krausen

Park Krausen last appeared at Actor’s Express in Fair Use by Sarah Gubbins. She has performed with Lincoln Center LRS, Hartford Stage, The Alliance Theatre, North Carolina Shakespeare, About Face Theater/ Chicago Dramatists, Theatre Emory, Out of Hand (core member) Georgia Shakespeare... Read More →

Saturday May 20, 2017 6:00pm - 8:00pm EDT
Durham Arts Council PSI Theatre