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17 Friday / May 17, 2019

It’s A Beautiful Wound

07:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Lotus Fire Bay, Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center

The true story of NYC based playwright Rich Orloff’s adventures in underground, psychedelic-assisted therapy with MDMA and psilocybin mushrooms, inspired by cutting-edge experiments to help people heal from deep psychological wounds. A tale of one person’s journey towards reconciliation with the soul, with a slight detour for an appendectomy–And a few wise-ass comments along the way.


“It’s a Beautiful Wound is a remarkable and deeply moving portrayal of psychedelic therapy and its potential for profound healing.”- Ingmar Gorman. PhD, Co-Clinical Investigator, MAPS MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy Study

“It’s a superb play that presents the real human struggles most of us face in a gripping but entertaining way.”- Rabbi Neal Kaunfer

“Very moving and wonderfully uplifting. It’s a Beautiful Wound gave me my favorite experience, which is laughter through tears. I love that people will learn about psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy in this entertaining and provocative way.”- Julie Holland, MD, editor of Ecstasy: The Complete Guide

“It’s a Beautiful Wound was engaging, funny, and relatable in ways I didn’t anticipate. Truly, the play was a wonderful sharing of the journey in healing through psychedelics.”- Kwasi Adusei, founder, Psychedelic Society of Western New York

Doors open at 7, play begins promptly at 7:30. Advance tickets will not be sold for the show and seating is not guaranteed. First come first served. donations accepted at the door, sliding scale $10 and up. All proceeds will benefit MAPS, The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies. www.maps.org

Shows Thursday, May 16 and Friday, May 17.

Cost: Sliding scale $10 and up

For more information contact:

Jeff Mease
(812) 272-8778
[email protected]


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