– a mother to her 8-year-old eurythmist (participating in the show): “Honey, I’m so proud of you. I really enjoyed watching you dance today.” The child: “Thanks, Mama; but, it’s not really dancing; it’s more like soaring….like a bird.”
– a honky-tonk piano at a brand-new Waldorf-inspired charter school at the first-ever eurythmy performance in the town;
– a eurythmist falls down in the middle of her solo, and pops back up so that, if you’d blinked you’d never have even noticed it!
– many young children in the audience of an established Waldorf school gently singing along to The Skye Boat Song — hauntingly beautiful!
– a missed entrance leaves a eurythmist onstage doing loop-de-loops until she is finally joined by her missing partner!
– the sound of a collective ‘aha’ when a whole audience gets the solution to the riddle posed in The Faerie’s Gift;
– beautiful small public theatre; back after a year’s absence for 2 sold-out performances; a markedly different response — open, warm, engaged. moved;
– so many helping hands showing up at the last minute to save near-disasters;
– our new portable stage curtains help create magic spaces in unlikely places!
– Colcannon – an Irish stew, is also a featured song from our marvelous speaker, and the recipe is given out in every program (“Yum, I love mashed potatoes” comes a little boy’s shout from the back of one auditorium!
– 4th-Year students (Aspens) apprentice, bringing eurythmy as a new art to adults and children (sometimes WITH children): eurythmy is coming alive in Colorado!