Anthropos Celebrating our humanity.

Through the arts of theater and storytelling, Anthropos (Άνθρωπος, the Greek word for human being) seeks to uphold and celebrate what is truly human.  Having been developing for many years, Anthropos received its name in 2010 to acknowledge the spirit of what Glen Williamson and his colleagues present and the impulse to create and perform stories and plays of unusual scope and humanity.

Glen Williamson, a founding member in New York City of The Actors’ Ensemble and New Directions Theater, appeared in numerous productions with both companies. He currently plays multiple roles in the touring production of The Gospel of John with Walking the dog Theater and the title role in Aeschylus Unbound, which Glen co-wrote with the late film star Mala Powers.  He has given his one-man performances of Beat the Devil! Faust, the Whole Story, The Incarnation of the Logos: An Epic Tale of Christ's Coming to Earth, Kaspar Hauser: The Open Secret of the Foundling Prince, and Kurt Vonnegut’s The Kid Nobody Could Handle and Who Am I This Time? throughout the U.S., Canada, the U.K, Germany and Switzerland and has toured throughout North America in The Refugees' Tale, based on Goethe’s Green Snake parable, with Laurie Portocarrero. Glen's performance of Beat the Devil! Faust, the Whole Story won the award for Best Adaptation at the United Solo Theater Festival off-Broadway in 2011. The off-Broadway run of Glen’s one-man play The Boy Who Saw True was chosen by Back Stage as one of the five best plays of 1992.  Glen trained in the Michael Chekhov acting technique and at The Juilliard School and has acted with the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco and the American Stage Festival in New Hampshire.  Other appearances include Macbeth with Shakespeare Alive!, Sylvia by A. R. Gurney, Rudolf Steiner’s The Souls’ Awakening at the Goetheanum in Switzerland, storytelling with the Grupo de Euritmia de São Paulo in San Diego, and speaking poetry in a Camphill benefit concert at Carnegie Hall.