“I go where I love, and where I am loved,
into the snow;

I go to the things I love
with no thought of duty or pity;

I go where I belong…”

In these words from The Flowering of the Rod by the American poet H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) resounds the key passage from Rudolf Steiner’s Philosophy of Spiritual Activity: “Only when I allow my love for an object is it I myself who act.”

Out of the artists’ close collaboration are arising classic solos in both speech and eurythmy and scenes in which the speaker is living H.D.’s poems and the eurythmy appears in the style of the mystery dramas as a soul spiritual presence in the background. Tone eurythmy is included.

This program is in development. Initial performances/workshops ready for fall 2018.