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Fragmented Thoughts
by Reverend Tristan


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Fragmented Thoughts by Reverend Tristan

Three stunningly dark pieces of theatre that will captivate and enthrall even the most sceptical of witnesses.

With Tsarology, you will reveal your participant's personality, using a Tarot card selected by them...and be proved uncannily correct.

In Revelations, your own audience member proves that the Armageddon has already begun!

And you Shall be Forgiven, lastly, gives you the power to remove someone's sins for them, from the murky depths of their very soul.

Also included, as a chilling bonus, the good Reverend bequeaths to you 'Mark of the Beast' – an effect you can carry around with you at all times, to prove that the end of days is drawing near.

From the foreword by Paul Voodini

You, dear reader, are in for a real treat. Contained within these pages are oceans of good, workable routines borne out of real world performance experience. The kind of knowledge that Tristan brings to the table is not the kind of knowledge that is garnered from theoretical thinking - it is the kind of knowledge earned from hours spent in front of real people, real live audiences. This makes this material particularly potent because you can rest assured that it works in the real world.

I have been lucky enough to have worked with Tristan on numerous occasions. The first thing that you are struck with when working with this fine gentleman is his passion for his art. He has sacrificed much in his pursuit of his dream, and that desire cannot be learned. You either have it or you don't. Tristan has it by the bucket load. Tristan is also extremely knowledgeable about his craft. Far more knowledgeable than me! He knows his history, he knows his inspirations, and he also knows how to take that knowledge and inspiration and mould it into something new and exciting.

1st edition 2012, 30 pages.
word count: 4391 which is equivalent to 17 standard pages of text