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The Parliament of Poets, by Frederick Glaysher

Ringwald Theatre, Ferndale, Michigan. November 13, 2022

“A hopeful vision of peaceful coexistence as one united humanity. It was delightful to hear the voices of great poets and thinkers of the past in dialogue with the narrator. The performance was thought-provoking, moving, and inspiring. Our world is desperately in need of this message of peace, love and humanity.” —Rev. Eric Williams, St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, Rochester, MI

“Impressed, moved to laughter, tears. Held our attention for 90 minutes, stayed so energized, a feat in itself. A creative, powerful message with so many of the poet masters, phenomenal! Amazing life-time work!” —Rev. Leonetta Bugleisi, Unitarian Universalist

As a universal interfaith story, The Parliament of Poets tells the tale of a journey toward cosmos, Christian and spiritual unity, “Spiritual, Not Religious.”

Sundays, November 6th & 13th. 3:00 – 4:30 pm. 90 minutes.
Ringwald Theatre at AFFIRMATIONS
290 West 9 Mile Road, Ferndale, MI 48220
TICKETS ONLINE at EarthrisePress.Net or at the Door.
$22 General, $15 Student, Senior
Or Pay what you can (minimum $6.00)

The more than fifty performances have included Wayne State University’s Studio Theatre at Hilberry Theatre, TheatreNOVA in Ann Arbor, Shelton Theatre in San Francisco, and a variety of settings, Unitarian and Episcopal churches, Rochester Municipal Park Band Shell, and The 8th Parliament of the World’s Religions.

The Parliament of Poets, Ringwald Theatre, Frederick Glaysher, 11-13-2022

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16 Solo Performances & Lectures, Michigan Theater Building, Ann Arbor MI

At the Michigan Theater Building, Suite 208, 527 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Frederick Glaysher & Apollo’s Troupe

TICKETS at EarthrisePress.Net

Solo Performance by Frederick Glaysher,
playing the role of the main character, The Poet of the Moon, Black Elk, Chief Seattle, Don Quixote, Merlin, Du Fu, Robert Hayden, Fairy Queen, Tolstoy, Borges, Sogolon, etc.

Celebrating Our Common Humanity Uniting Us All

Michigan Theater Building
527 E. Liberty Street, Suite 208
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(Russian Classical Ballet studio)

A series of two different performances and six lectures, reviving the storytelling role of the ancient Greek rhapsode, and evoking a new global, universal vision of life.


Into the Ruins of Modernity, 90 Minutes.

Surveys the horrors of modernity in a compelling and powerful confrontation with the trauma we human beings have brought on ourselves, evoking a reaffirmation of our deepest human capacities for cooperation and peace.
March: Friday, 7pm, 13; 20. Saturday, 7pm, 28.

The Parliament of Poets, 90 Minutes.

Apollo calls all the poets of the nations, ancient and modern, East and West, to assemble on the moon to consult on the meaning of modern life. The Parliament of Poets sends the main character, the Poet of the Moon, on a Journey to the seven continents to learn from all of the spiritual and wisdom traditions of humankind. On Earth and on the moon, the poets teach a new global, universal vision of life. Reviving the storytelling role of the ancient Greek rhapsode.
March: Saturday, 7pm, 14; 21. Friday, 7pm, 27.
April: Friday, 7pm, April 3; 10. Saturday 7pm, 4; 18.

Lectures, Sundays, 2pm, 1 Hour.

Presents a reassessment of life on this planet.

The Function of Criticism, March 15.
The American Journey into Ulro, March 22.
Poetry in the Nuclear Age, March 29.
Saul Bellow’s Soul, April 5.
The Dialectic of Chinese Literature, April 11. (changed from Easter Sunday the 12th to Saturday the 11th, 7pm.)
The Coming Victory of World Governance, April 19.

Purchase The Parliament of Poets at events, Earthrise Press, affiliates, and Crazy Wisdom Bookstore, Ann Arbor.

Download the Program for Solo Performance
ApollosTroupe@Fastmail.com – PDF Flyer (printable)
Phone: 248-453-4220

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