On the Anatolan plateau the lords of the earth fight for dominion over humanity against the elder gods of chaos. After aeons of divine war, Tarhun, the god of thunder ascends to the throne of Kummiya.
The Ghost Game: Winternacht
All Hallows Eve approaches, and The Anunnaki Project is venturing out into a blizzard in preparation for our fifth-annual Ghost Game production Winternacht.
Tales from Carpathia
On March 25, 2011 The Anunnaki Presented "Tales from Carpathia" for over 2,000 middle school students as part of the Mount Baker Theater Education Program in Bellingham, WA.
Venice Is Sinking
The Cabiri will be the featured artists at this masked ball, a fundraiser for Crooked Trails. Tickets and more information are now available at the event web site.
Devil In the Deep Blue Sea
The Ghost Game tradition comes from an ancient Japanese storytelling game hyaku monogatari, which roughly translates to "100 supernatural tales." Devil In the Deep Blue Sea debuted on October 22, 2010.
Fly east of the Danube to a land dominated by the gods of the Rus. Where fairies dance in the age of dream and mankind has not yet awoken.
The Ghost Game: Dead Gods
The Ghost Game comes from an ancient Japanese storytelling game hyaku monogatari, which roughly translates to "100 supernatural tales." This presentation of The Ghost Game focused upon the demise of deities.
The Ghost Game: 13 Witches
Our second sold out year, this Ghost Game offered a look at the witch character from the dawn of the modern city to the fires of the inquisition.
Gods of the Night
This feature length production featured multiple vignettes in the first half that explored the various planetary deities of the ancient Babylonian astrological omens.
The Second half of the night featured a full length re-telling of the Descent of Inanna.
Garden of Dreams
A garden variety of deified performance as The Cabiri look at vegetative gods.
The Ghost Game
An interactive evening of ghost stories and theatrical performance!
In the Tall Grass
A Halloween performance celebrating the underworld of the 1st dynasty of Ur.
Dance of the Calusari
The Cabiri joined with Radost Folk Ensemble to present the story of the Romanian Calusari and their aeternal battle with the Iele.
At the Dawn of Chu
A pre-confucian creation story in honor of the coming of the year of the horse in 2001 for first night Tacoma.
In which The Anunnaki Project created an ark, which was pulled by oxen, and flanked by representative goddesses that carried within it Vocem Dei or the voice of god.
Where the Anunnaki created Ai Suru, a giant scapegoat, to carry the regrets of the world back to the perdition from which they belong.