MONDAY, JUNE 17 @ 7:30PM
TYR JUNG’S THROUGH THE LABYRINTH
Through the Labyrinth is an experimental work-in-progress by Tyr Jung-Hall, which integrates a complete ritual with a narrative component. It is multi-cultural and ecumenical in nature and the process seeks the complementary aspects of the human experience from both the divine and scientific spheres. Physics and Religion describe human existence from different points of view in order to give the experience of the human condition greater meaning. But most importantly, Through the Labyrinth is about the experiential journey that an individual voluntarily takes when entering sacred space.
The Labyrinth Calls to One and All:
Come gather at the Edge of Summer!
Songs, Stories and Rituals of Love,
Come walk the Way of the Labyrinth!
Tyr Jung-Hall’s background includes producing, political activism, non-profit work, performing and visual art. Projects include: Faerie Inter-Faith Ritual & Design for PantheaCon 2013; Gaia Festival, Santa Barbara; Here Comes the Kicker; Into the Arms of Strangers (Where Have the Children Gone); Manchester Girl (Off Broadway); Mozart’s Requiem w/Los Angeles Philharmonic (Festival of Sacred Music); If I Were Lost (Highways’ Ecce Homo, Ecce Lesbo Festival); Hustler White (Sundance, Berlin, OutFest, London, and Amsterdam Film Festivals); AIDS/US II, Queen of Angels and Camille (Artists Confronting AIDS); Alliance: a Youth Education Organization; and Co-Chairing the Youth & Education component on the National Steering Committee for the 1987 March on Washingtonhttp://highwaysperformance.org/highways/event/highways-one-city-one-pride-weho-queer-arts-fest-3/