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The Awakening of LightDark (3/10/23)
a one-act play based on the mythos of “The Peasant and the King”
God: You’ll have to let them know that you’re my Son for a while, do a few tricks, heal some lepers, that sort of deal. But you’ll teach them some really heavy stuff too. Blow some minds. Really get inside their skulls this time and shake up all that rigid thinking about us.
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