Performances

Performance Schedule

 Upcoming Performances 2018

Thursday, July 5 
The Refugees' Tale (based on Goethe's Green Snake parable)
with Laurie Portocarrero and Glen Williamson
Pine Hill Waldorf School Auditorium
Wilton, New Hampshire


Sunday evening, July 22
Scenes from The Guardian of the Threshold
performed by Laurie Portocarrero and Glen Williamson
Main Hall, Goetheanum
Dornach, Switzerland

Monday, July 23, at 3pm
Staged reading of 90 minutes of scenes from
Future Dawning
Awakening in America
written by Glen Williamson
Performed by an international cast
Gründsteinsaal, Goetheanum
Dornach, Switzerland

Thursday, July 26
All-day informal reading of
Future Dawning
Awakening in America
written by Glen Williamson
Goetheanum
Dornach, Switzerland



Saturday, September 29 at 4pm
Kaspar Hauser: The Open Secret of the Foundling Prince
Los Angeles Branch of the Anthroposophical Society
Pasadena, California

Sunday, September 30
The Incarnation of the Logos
Pilgrim Place
Claremont, CA



Monday, October 29, at 6:30 pm

Beat the Devil! (Faust, the Whole Story)
Shining Mountain Waldorf School
Boulder, Colorado

 Tuesday, October 30, at 1:30 pm (for the students)
Beat the Devil! (Faust, the Whole Story)
Shining Mountain Waldorf School
Boulder, Colorado


Friday, November 9 at 6:30 pm
Kaspar Hauser: The Open Secret of the Foundling Prince
Santa Fe Women's Club and Library Association
1616 Old Pecos Trail
Santa Fe, NM


Sunday, December 23 
The Incarnation of the Logos
Michael Sophia Chapel
Denver Christian Community
2180 South Madison St.
Denver, CO



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Aeschylus Unbound

A new historical play about a warrior poet on trial for his life.

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The Refugees' Tale

A magical tale of community transformation and redemption.

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Beat the Devil!

Love, sex, murder, magic, myth, war, waves and a devil out of his depths.

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Logos

The Incarnation of the Logos, an epic tale of Christ's coming to Earth.

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Kaspar Hauser

A true story of an innocent boy imprisoned for most of his childhood.

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