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Joyce Miller

The Handmaid’s Dianetics
Sometimes, you have to face the darkness…to let in even more darkness.
By Joyce Miller
Co-directed by Sharone Halevy
Mike Handelman, Guitar
Benefitting The Aftermath Foundation

Teatro LATEA @ The Clemente
Tuesday, 7/31 @ 3:00PM


Ofhubbard lives an ethical life just trying to do the greatest good for the greatest number, until true love forces her to reconsider whether life outside the cult is any better than her simple existence as an immortal spiritual being. An autobiographical conversion therapy surveillance myth passed down through satire and gregorian chant.


“Ma’am…are you schizophrenic?” -EMT worker probably bribed by the Church of Scientology

“I have no idea what you’re talking about. Seek psychiatric help. Never contact me again.” -Hired Honeytrap

“I told a social worker about your accusation that I’m a Scientology spy and she says you’re schizophrenic.” – Unconfirmed Scientology Spy

Joyce Miller has published reality satire on McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, played Elizabeth Proctor while briefly staffed at the New York Org, studied with Kathleen Turner, and played an Evangelist in Hellhouse by Alex Timbers at St. Anne’s Warehouse. She can’t tell if she is experiencing surveillance capitalism due solely to Scientology’s Fair Game Policy, or also because of the network of wealthy New York families attempting to suppress her hacked leaked manuscript surrounding deceased rape suspect Joseph Brooks. If you find doctored audio of her on any 4chan whistleblower smear threads, send the link.

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