Related to Illuminary: luminaries


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However, his journey of realization passes through a series of illuminary intervals.
Thus was born "Illuminary Interlude" and its face-painting, shadow portraits, 10-minute, wordless, shadow-puppet interpretation of Eugene Ionesco's Rhinoceros (replete with actors, a foley artist, and a live score by A&theD), and great music, including a closing set by Tiger Tank euphoria complemented by fire-dancing.
The painting is symbolic of Nicholson's illuminary role as Nicholson Kovac's chief creative officer over the years.
They also have a sparkling phrase for Christmas lights - festive embellishments of an illuminary nature.