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Remember wanting to be an astronaut? We seek adventurers at heart. That child-like wonderment is the core of our experience cultivations. Our work challenges taboos, awakening you into the moment.

“The play is the thing.”







All this world is a big act.
The play of the supreme self. 


We believe in the transformational power of storytelling. Our aim is to take audiences on charged adventures in which their individual creative expression can flourish with the discovery of community. We craft narratives that challenge taboos, inspire connection, and have you feel something new.  


What’s the simple difference? As

Traditional Theatre
The audience assumes a reactive role, responding to the performance in a passive fashion.


Interactive Theatre
Expands the experience of the audience by offering them a proactive role, in which they are invited to join as a collaborator in the creation of the performance.




Archive of Work
1937 — 1976 

Star Maker is a science fiction novel by Olaf Stapledon, published in 1937. The book describes a history of life in the universe, dwarfing in scale Stapledon’s previous book, Last and First Men, a history of the human species over two billion years.
The  Starting Point
Chapter I
1937 — 2017




Year by year, month by month, the plight of our fragmentary and precarious civilization becomes more serious. Fascism abroad grows more bold and ruthless in its foreign ventures, more tyrannical toward its own citizens, more barbarian in its contempt for the life of the mind. Even in our own country we have reason to fear a tendency toward militarization and the curtailment of civil liberty.

Preface (p. 3)
The Earth; The Starting Point



The Earth; The Starting Point
Preface (p. 3)
No visiting angel, or explorer from another planet, could have guessed that this bland orb teemed with vermin, with world-mastering, self-torturing, incipiently angelic beasts.



The universe now appeared to me as a void wherein floated rare flakes of snow, each flake a universe.

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Still the cosmos expanded, till the galaxies that were most remote from one another were flying apart so swiftly that the creeping light of the cosmos could no longer bridge the gulf between them.

But I, with imaginative vision, retained sight of them all. It was as though some other, some hypercosmical and instantaneous light, issuing from nowhere in the cosmical space, illuminated all things inwardly.



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Date First Posted
June 2006


Date most recently updated:
November 2017



Once more, but in a new and cold and penetrating light, I watched all the lives of stars and worlds, and of the galactic communities, and of myself, up to the moment wherein now I stood, confronted by the infinity that men call God, and conceive according to their human cravings.

I, too, now sought to capture the infinite spirit, the Star Maker, in an image spun by my own finite though cosmical nature. For now it seemed to me, it seemed, that I suddenly outgrew the three-dimensional vision proper to all creatures, and that I saw with physical sight the Star Maker.
I saw, though nowhere in cosmical space, the blazing source of the hypercosmical light, as though it were an overwhelmingly brilliant point, a star, a sun more powerful than all suns together.

It seemed to me that this effulgent star was the center of a four-dimensional sphere whose curved surface was the three-dimensional cosmos. This star of stars, this star that was indeed the Star Maker, was perceived by me, its cosmical creature, for one moment before its splendor seared my vision. And in that moment I knew that I had indeed seen the very source of all cosmical light and life and mind; and of how much else besides I had as yet no knowledge.


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