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THE ideas expressed in this play are not original They have. been expressed many times in history in various ways now. philosophically now as poetry and again in painting or even. in architecture I and others learned them as a system of. psychology But psychological language already has a fin de. si cle flavour as the author of that form well knew when he. declared before he died,I abandon this system Try to reconstruct it all. So much was put into the fashionable jargon of our day. in scientific terms with electronic matter for divinity and. nuclear fission for its attainment But not everyone is at. home with molecules and those that are grow tired of them. at times So now we return to legend striving t0 reanimate a. more attractive form For myths defy fashion and no matter. how recast like gold will never spoil,The choreography however is described from actual. dances once a true expression of ideas brought from the. East and reconstructed some years since in Europe and. America These dances have not only a symbolic but, practical effect both on performers and on audience. Unfortunately the knowledge of them always precarious. may entirely disappear with the few who mastered them. Should these dances and particularly what lies behind. them be lost then our play will certainly become as. barring a miracle it may be in any case unplayable. November 7 1949,CHRONOS HERA HERMES,APHRODITE ARES SELENE THE SHADOW. Act One 700 B C,PROLOGUE The Amphitheatre of Heaven.
SCENE I A hillside above Athens,SCENE II A village square in Attica. SCENE III A woodland glade in Attica nine,months later. HOMER aged twenty,HELLAS a shepherdess Shepherds, shepherdesses villagers old men and women a village. elder a carpenter a captain an innkeeper,Act Two 399 B C. PROLOGUE The Amphitheatre of Heaven,SCENE I A gymnasium in Athens evening.
SCENE II The house of a hetaira Athens night,SCENE III A gymnasium in Athens early morning. PLATO aged thirty SOCRATES aged seventy,HELLAS a hetaira Apollodorus Thoas Crito. Cebes and other pupils of Socrates a jailer dancing. Act Three A D 33,PROLOGUE The Amphitheatre of Heaven. SCENE I On board ship off the Greek coast,SCENE II The throne room of an eastern caliph. a year later SCENE III A halt in the Syrian desert six. months later,APOLLONIUS OF TYANA aged forty HELLAS a.
Greek woman abroad An old sailor a Hindu fakir a,caliph ministers courtiers dancing girls an. astrologer the captain of a caravan bearers,muleteers a Christian apostle. Act Four A D 268,PROLOGUE The Amphitheatre of Heaven. SCENE I A rocky shore near Cape Sunium morning,SCENE II A hillside above Athens afternoon. SCENE III A gymnasium in Athens evening,EPILOGUE The Amphitheatre of Heaven.
PLOTINUS aged sixty five,HELLAS his daughter and pupil. PORPHYRY aged thirty five his pupil,Refugees Gothic soldiers pupils of Plotinus a. Christian fanatic the mob,ACT I PROLOGUE, Out of darkness faint blue radiance upon a long low. amphitheatre at the height of which huge Doric, columns melt into a vast dome of starry night Calm. immensity timelessness and space,As the glow gains music a rippling and strangely.
recurrent theme grows audible and swells It is a,dance some dance of worlds. Shadowy movement upon the flight of stairs Dancers. are turning and weaving together in the dusk their. long robes like the petals of some great flower in. growth With each moment the light grows stronger, Now six figures are seen exchanging from place to place. three motionless between and the whole always the,same yet always in motion and always different. Behind the motionless figure at the head of the circle. a warm golden light begins to grow strengthening and. strengthening like the rising sun At the same time so. imperceptibly that one cannot tell their beginning. coloured spotlights begin to brighten on the individual. dancers a different colour to each following them,through the interweaving movement to make an ever. changing almost hypnotic pattern of colour and of,As one watches the figures suggest angels planets.
Greek gods and goddesses One seems to recognize Ares. in his red radiance green Aphrodite Hermes pinkish. blue Selene with pale moonlike, glow Hera amber Chronos in sombre violet While the. motionless figure against the rising sun must surely be. Apollo Yet the movement and play of lights make it. impossible to be sure, Gradually the lights brighten the music of the spheres. grows stronger the moving figures more brilliant and. full of life against the outer dark and the dome of. constellations, Suddenly in a tremendous voice the motionless figure. T i i i m e STOP, In the instant the music ceases the figures freeze. motionless in the mid postures of their dance In the. centre of the circle about to pass each other Hermes. and Aphrodite are caught face to face The spotlights. die from the others while their two join as a single. sphere of brilliance in the immensity Only the god and. goddess and beyond them the dark figure of Apollo,against his sunburst are visible.
How long the scene remains motionless with only the. sphere of light gaining in intensity it is difficult to say. Then Apollo cries again,Let there be pause from time. The gods and goddesses sink into graceful positions. upon the stairway where they are they move stretch a. little at ease,a warmer and move ordinary light embraces them. APOLLO Hermes and Aphrodite it is your turn, Through you shall be born on earth a new aspect of the. eternal majesty and wisdom Some race must choose, and from the numberless men and women in all its ages. born your love must create a child in your own images. and mine This child shall be the genius of that race and. age and for,mankind for ever a token of our truth Art willing.
HERMES AND APHRODITE With thy aid father,APOLLO The glorious being whom Chronos and Hera. bore in Egypt has now grown old in time though young. in eternity To whom shall his wisdom pass Choose,thy race my children Tis joy and anguish to have. humankind for sons They ll teach thee suffering and. make thee more than gods Choose then,HERMES 0 father since endless ages we saw this mo. ment come And knew though we spoke not what, race of men was ours In the dark middle sea a rocky. promontory lies bath d in thy light It bears no cities. no weight of time or custom All is sweet there and. fresh The men how innocent yet quick full of,invention nimble in mind and body songful and gay.
and so my sons,APHRODITE And loving beauty mine They love. each other s bodies and their own And sense our work. in the sea and soft airs swelling of fruits and cry of. flocks at lambing time What wanton children,APOLLO Yes I know that race and love to shine. upon them They are not spoiled as yet You ll enter. into them and so they ll be saved and spoiled Thus it. HERMES Father only thou canst save Shine that, we may give light and beg for us thy other children s. APOLLO I will not fail to love thy offspring no matter. what ill they compass And every god and goddess will. shine upon them each in the time appointed and at all. times My sons and daughters what gifts lie in thy rays. The music of the spheres becomes audible again in the. background A spotlight falls on each god and goddess as. they speak,ARES Courage passion in getting,APHRODITE Soft growth and sweet begetting. SELENE Fickleness and sympathy Water s mystery,HERMES Wit to fly songs that perish.
HERA Wisdom to heal and cherish,CHRONOS Mind and memory Time s mastery. APOLLO Just as one egg in millions grows to human child. so of all men and women in the womb of Greece you must. choose one on whom to engender and begin your offspring. One pure straight and strong for the fire of gods love. burns all that is not echo of our harmony,APHRODITE How shall we choose. APOLLO gesturing between the great columns on the left. Look down upon this side and you shall see all as it was. and is without your new creation the men of Greece lying. in nature s lap,Hermes and Aphrodite rise and walk slowly hand in. hand to the top of the steps upon the left where they pause. between two columns and then leaning upon a balcony. gaze far out and down silhouetted against the sky A. APHRODITE I see one who through all his time seems to. gaze upward here Others now look now drop their, heads and sleep He not He s comely too well made with. my seal upon him, HERMES Bears a lyre too and sings and by his music tries.
to wake his comrades How nimbly his fingers play upon the. strings and his tongue upon their hearts, APOLLO If him you choose tis he must bear the token of. your love and mine through all the age of Greece He ll be. immortal yet with different immortality from that he has. and different from the gods Hermes and Aphrodite as long. as your race shall live on earth he ll live within it now in. this body now in that its very seed,APHRODITE How shall we know him and he us. APOLLO If him you choose he may come to you outside. time Here you may show him all But when he returns to. earth to do your will he ll fall within time again a mortal. man born and decaying Birth must dim his memory Yet by. your virtue he ll be born again and die once more and live. and die till he and Greece have grasped all they may and. even your child itself grows weary with fate fulfilled. APHRODITE Let him come to us, A pause Up the steps from a pit in the front of the. stage a human appears He wears a short light tunic and. seems very small naked and vulnerable before the long. robed figures of the gods He comes very slowly his arm up. and the back of his hand before his eyes as though half. blinded yet firmly and with courage He passes up into the. circle and throws himself down,before Hermes and Aphrodite. THE GREEK 0 most marvellous master lady dear gods I did. APHRODITE You are dear to us mortal be still and feel our love. HERMES Immortal mortal mortal immortal now,APHRODITE Do you love Greece.
THE GREEK Next to the gods with the gods even How can I say it. I always felt all Greeks my brothers all Hellene women my mother and. my wife As though bound to them all some bond you tied and we. could only be saved together from Nemesis and the Fates. APOLLO It is more true than you could know If you dare go up and. look where that which yet must be created is, He gestures between the columns on the right hand Slowly and. as though mastering an overwhelming fear the Greek forces himself to. climb the steps It is as though he has to lift each foot by a separate. effort to the next stair His hands are clenched sweat on his brow. There is utter silence In what seems an immense time he reaches the. top draws himself up to his full height and looks over In the same. instant he falls back seeming to crumple as he covers his face with. APHRODITE Courage mortal our mortal, With a great effort the Greek masters his body He draws himself. to his feet grasps the balcony with both hands and forces himself to. look over into the void This time he stands there gazing steadfastly. HERMES What do you see mortal, THE GREEK his voice trembling It is more terrible and. lovely than I guessed,HERMES Yet you can bear it,THE GREEK proudly I am a Greek. APHRODITE What is it like our offspring We too must. learn to bear it,THE GREEK I see the past and future the life and.
death of Hellas all together like some great being. lying between the deep and Mount Olympus Its belly. the sea washes in its heart the temples and mysteries. its head wreathed with the mists of Ida And all the. good and evil that the Greeks shall do are its joy and. suffering for ever,APHRODITE And you mortal do you see yourself. THE GREEK awestruck How strange In every part I, look I see myself tilling and praying committing every. crime myself peasant and priest and warrior and king. And infamous traitor In this time and forever until the. end of Greece His voice breaks,APHRODITE aside The end of what s yet unborn l. am immortal yet almost he makes me feel the pain of. that which passes,THE GREEK turns to her And yet those countless. figures that I see as I do not exist The light shifts and. they are but thy radiance reflected on the rocks of. Greece l am most terribly afraid,APHRODITE We will be with you mortal.
THE GREEK overwhelmed I see that I am nothing, nothing Goddess and most holy Hermes all Greece is. thine I am thy child Do as thou wilt with me, APOLLO in a tremendous voice In thy parents name and. mine wake up thy fellows from their natural sleep, The light behind Apollo swells to immense brilliance. there is a peal of thunder,APOLLO shouts T i i i m e ROLL ON. The music of the spheres grows audible again the, gods and goddesses begin to move and circle the play of.
lights weaves interweaves and gains momentum Light. colour motion speed mount in crescendo The whole earth. and heaven seem filled with the rhythmic and repeating. And in the recurring figure of the dance Hermes and. Aphrodite once more approach Not suddenly this time but. as if in a kind of swoon the whole motion dies The other. spotlights fade those upon Hermes and Aphrodite join to a. golden sphere against the darkness A strange ringing. Apollo Yet the movement and play of lights make it impossible to be sure Gradually the lights brighten the music of the spheres grows stronger the moving figures more brilliant and full of life against the outer dark and the dome of constellations Suddenly in a tremendous voice the motionless figure shouts T i i i m e STOP

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