June 24, 2004

A Play in Seattle for All of Us

Posted at June 24, 2004 10:04 PM in Humor .

SHOW: PRINCIPIA DISCORDIA - LIVE!
RUN DATES: June 26-July 23 Fridays and Saturdays (No show July 10)
CURTAIN: 11pm
VENUE: Empty Space Theatre in Fremont (3509 Fremont Avenue N)
PRICING: $7 (random pricing is also available)
PRESS CONTACT: Paul Gude (206-931-5253 or paul.gude@annextheatre.org)
RESERVATION LINE: 206-728-0933

Written by Malaclypse the Younger
Adapted & directed by Scott O. Moore
Dedicated to the Prettiest One

GOD IS A GIRL AND HER NAME IS ERIS

Adapted for the stage by director Scott O. Moore, PRINCIPIA DISCORDIA -
LIVE! is a madcap object lesson in Discordianism, the most relevant
religion ever conceived. Principia Discordia is the official bible of the
religion disguised as a joke (or a joke disguised as a religion) based on
the worship of Eris, ancient Greek goddess of confusion - also known to
the ancient Romans as Discordia. A legendary underground classic, it
contains "Absolutely Everything Worth Knowing About Absolutely Anything."

In PRINCIPIA DISCORDIA - LIVE!, you will learn about the goddess Eris, the
Law of Fives, the Ancient Illuminated Seers of Bavaria, the Curse of
Greyface, Mr. Momomoto (who can swallow his nose), and much much more! By
opening your pineal gland to the Mysterees of Eris, you too can know the
true meaning of the Myth of the Apple of Discord, and can learn the Golden
Secret that will save humanity from itself!

The ensemble cast includes (in alphabetical disorder) Betsy Morris, Chris
Haddad, Mike Pham, Jen Downs, and Paul Gude. Zach Zulauf is the assistant
director.

PRINCIPIA DISCORDIA - LIVE! is part of the Annex Late-Night series,
curated by Annex Theatre's outgoing Artistic Director, Bret Fetzer. The
incoming Artistic Director is Gillian Jorgensen. Annex Theatre is
dedicated to creating bold new work in an environment of improbability,
resourcefulness and risk. 

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