November 11-16: PERFORMANCES AND CONVERSATION
Friday, November 11, 7pm:
Beat the Devil! (Goethe’s Faust, the WHOLE Story) Portland Waldorf School High School Auditorium, 2300 SE Harrison St, Milwaukie, OR.
Saturday, November 12, 7 pm
The Incarnation of the Logos, Portland Waldorf School High School Auditorium
An epic tale of Christ’s coming to earth. The story of Jesus’ birth, childhood and youth, harmonizing the conflicting accounts of Matthew and Luke. This saga weaves the thread of many traditions into an intimate, but also cosmic, drama.
Sunday, November 13, 1:30 pm
Tale of the Antichrist by Vladimir Solovyov, Bothmer Hall, 5915 SE Division St. Portland, OR
A reading of Solovyov’s prophetic story, abridged by Glen, about 60 minutes
Monday, November 14, 7 pm
Fire in the Temple, a talk and reading of selected scenes, Branch Library, 5415 SE Powell Blvd, 2nd floor, entrance of parking lot in back of church
Glen will give an informal talk about his newest play, Fire in the Temple – The True Story of the Death of Rudolf Steiner.
Synopsis of the play: Spiritual teacher and clairvoyant Rudolf Steiner works to awaken people to the spirit. His enemies oppose him and his pupils don’t understand their task. But ancient memories and faithful friendships persist.Glen will describe how he researched and developed the play from historical records of events and conversations which followed the burning of the first Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland on New Year’s eve, 1922. He will share some of the important themes, sources and the esoteric and social significance.
Tuesday, November 15, 7 pm
Future Dawning, Branch Library
An exploration of Glen’s mystery play, which places the individuals from Rudolf Steiner’s mystery plays into a subsequent incarnation in the 21st century.
“The overarching context of Glen’s challenging drama addresses questions such as the pending incarnation of Ahriman, the dynamics of the renewal of the Mysteries in our time, the relationship between spiritual science and a hypothetical modern Christian church, and possible dangers inherent in new etheric (or sub-etheric?) modalities of healing. The drama also highlights many highly contemporary themes, addressing them from a spiritual aspect, such as the connection between spirituality and sexuality and the dilemmas many of us find ourselves facing when confronting issues relating to socio-political administration in an increasingly technocratic world.” ~ Dr. James Dyson
Wednesday, November 16, 7 pm, Bothmer Hall
Community visit recap, open follow-up conversation.
Great gratitude to the Takacs Clinic for sponsoring these events. Donations will go towards the rent for the Branch library/community space. Suggested donation $20 each, but don’t let finances be a barrier to attending any or all.