Johny Brown interviews Daisy Campbell about Robert Anton Wilson, Illuminatus! and her new play, ‘Cosmic Trigger,’ which is currently running at the Cockpit Theatre. LINK Steven James Pratt
Robert Anton Wilson and the DJVJ Revolution. “enter the mix”–Ninjajamm. Sounds Fly: Music Writing by Steven James Pratt et al. Link: http://a.co/9OHmjhJ Friday, March 19, 2010. (edited 01/03/2017) Steven James Pratt
Matt Black – Cosmic Trigger crowdcapering appeal by Complexity Productions Jim Broadbent – Cosmic Trigger crowdcapering appeal by Complexity Productions Douglas Rushkoff – Cosmic Trigger crowdcapering appeal by Complexity Productions The Cosmic Trigger Play – A taste of Alan Moore by Complexity Productions Cosmic Trigger Play Indigogo Crowdfund https://www.indiegogo.com/project/cosmic-trigger-play/embedded Steven James Pratt
http://cosmictriggerplay.com/ Daisy Eris Campbell and a merry band of Discordians (including Steve Fly) are on a mission to stage Robert Anton Wilson’s auto-biographical musings “Cosmic Trigger” as an original theatre production.
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Hi, The Cosmic Trigger Stage Play is best described at the website, please visit and get involved. I did, and i am. Hope to see you. From the website: The Discordians Are Coming In 1976 Ken Campbell staged Illuminatus in Liverpool. This production and the novel that it was based on irrevocably changed the lives […]
(Believer Magazine) BLVR: Is magic’s most authentic expression through the creative imagination? (Alan Moore) AM: Actually, art and magic are pretty much synonymous. I would imagine that this all goes back to the phenomenon of representation, when, in our primordial past, some genius or other actually flirted upon the winning formula of “This means that.” […]