Monthly Archives: October 2013

DWS Soccer Players Head to State Championships

DWS Soccer Players Head to State Championships

Three High School students from The Denver Waldorf School have been playing on the Denver Christian Boys team this season. Senior Xilal Rima and Juniors Ian Connolly and Matthew Douglas-May will take the field in two playoff games this weekend in Colorado Springs. They are a strong team and beautiful to watch. If they win this weekend, more tournament games will follow. We wish them the best of luck!

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The DWS Junior Class Presents…

The DWS Junior Class Presents…

Junior Class Play Flyer

Friday & Saturday, Oct. 25th & 26th at 7 pm

In ancient times, knowledge was given through stories and parables. Humans instinctively knew the symbols and meaning hidden in the yarns that storytellers told.

As man matured and developed the capacities of reason, our understanding went from instinct to thought. Stories flowed from picture images to the abstract. The way to hold this thinking was through the development of an abstract alphabet, to written words, to books.

Books then allowed us to form our own pictures, to create dialogue human to human.
It has taken thousands of years to form this knowledge. What if it all suddenly went away? What if we were not allowed to read books and form our own pictures? What if we were not permitted to leave the cinema and talk with one another about what we experienced?

What if our feelings were spoon-fed to us, and our thinking took place without perspective?
Initially, Fahrenheit 451, a novel by Ray Bradbury, was a protest against censorship and government overreach during the Joseph McCarthy/House Un-American Activities (HUAC) Committee hearings of the late 1940s and early 1950s. The play is an updated version that takes on the power of technology and the two-dimensional nature of television. 

The 11th Grade will perform this fast-paced, challenging play on Friday and Saturday, October 25th and 26th at 7:00 p.m. in the Ginny Boone Oppenheim Festival Hall. All are invited and encouraged to support our students’ performance of this important work.

by Mr. David Johnson, Director