March Branch Meeting
Tuesday, March 21, 7:00 PM at Paloma Hall
A Mystery Drama Evening
The ultimate Mystery Drama is life itself. In this regard every branch meeting is a scene from an ongoing play conceived before we were born. This reality, arising out of the karmic ground of previous earth existence, finds artistic expression in Rudolf Steiner’s four Mystery Dramas written between 1910-1914.
The first Goetheanum which was destroyed by fire a hundred years ago was conceived and designed for the production of these plays. Therefore, it is fitting in this centennial year to turn to them. In doing so we tap into an inexhaustible source of inspiration, insight and intrigue.
Although set in Middle Europe in the early 20 th century these plays are essentially universal in their portrayal of human archetypes, and, literally, timeless as they move back and forth through the centuries. So, let’s come together in our next monthly mystery drama Branch meeting for an artistic evening with the Mystery Dramas!
Requested Donation: $20 or $10 for paid-up branch members.
No one turned away.
Paloma Hall • 3920 Fairway Drive, Soquel California
Susan Cook, David Eyes, Douglas Wylie
The Core Group
Santa Cruz & Monterey Bay Anthroposophical Society
a branch of
The Anthroposophical Society in America