JZ Knight is ‘Who’s Who in the Nisqually’ guest @ The Triad July 5th,
36 year Yelm resident, business woman shares her insights in interview

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The Triad Theater begins the summer/fall monthly interview series Who’s Who in the Nisqually.
JZ Knight is the first guest of the 2nd series this Wednesday, July 5, at 7:00 pm.
Steve Craig, biologist and Fulbright Scholar, Yelm property owner, conducts the interviews.
Free tickets are being made available on a first come basis through the Triad Theater.
The interview will be taped for YouTube and on Olympia Public Access TV, channel 22.



- From the Press Release:
The Triad Theater announces the start of the summer/fall monthly interview series titled Who’s Who in the Nisqually Watershed: Mountain to Sea. Kicking it off is JZ Knight, president of JZK, Inc., and Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment. The school was established in the 1980s and has hosted over 30,000 students from the United States and 70 foreign countries. JZ Knight is the unique channel of Ramtha and author of the best-selling autobiography, A State of Mind, My Story. Historians and religious experts who have studied her life’s work call JZ Knight the Great American Channel and recognize her as one of the most charismatic and compelling spiritual leaders of the modern age.

JZ Knight will be interviewed on stage at the Triad Arts Theater Wednesday, July 5, at 7:00 pm.
Cameron Jayne, theater director, said she is pleased and excited to bring people with notable and interesting backgrounds to the theater to be interviewed with time at the end of each session for public Q and A. It is a huge opportunity for the community to learn about individuals in the Nisqually watershed who are making a difference in a variety of ways.

Steve Craig, biologist and Fulbright Scholar, conducts the interviews. Craig said he models the interviews along the lines of Charlie Rose, who has for several years conducted interviews on PBS television. The format is simple and relaxed, with interesting and gentle probing of interviewee’s involvement in the Yelm and greater Nisqually community.

It is anticipated that there will be a lot of interest in the JZ Knight interview, and seating capacity at the Triad is limited. Free tickets are being made available on a first come basis through the Triad Theater. The interview will be taped and subsequently shown on You Tube and on Olympia Public Access TV, channel 22.

Other interesting interviewees will be announced soon. The Public will not be disappointed, according to theater director, Jayne.
Initial sponsors of the interview sessions at the Triad Theater are the Yelm Business Association, Olympia Federal Savings and Keystone Masonry. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated.
Questions may be directed to Steve Craig: (360) 790-7490.

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