Guru or crackpot, scientist or visionary lunatic, martyr or holistic saint -- none of these combos does justice to Austrian psychologist-philosopher Wilhelm Reich. For a time in his always varied life, he embodied them all. He is, perhaps, the only writer to have his works burned by both the Nazis and the U.S. government. Reich's very real persecution complex drove him mad, and he died in prison. In Theatre Illuminata's grunge production of Robert Anton Wilson's 1987 musical play about this... More >>>