“The entire SRT company is thrilled to bring Voices of the Earth to the Henry Miller Library. Using the redwood grove behind the library provides a powerful backdrop for the inspirational, activist-driven voices we bring to the audience, including many who write of Big Sur, California, and the West. But the voices also go way back to the earliest writers, 2,700 years ago, revealing a continuity of appreciation, awe, and sometimes heart-wrenching neglect for the earth we have as our home.” Rush Rhem, Professor, Theater and Performance Studies, and Classics, Stanford University Artistic Director, Stanford Repertory Theater
HMML in recent media:
Quote: If the Henry Miller Memorial Library is, as its motto states, ‘a place where nothing happens,’ it’s the most flavorful serving of nothing you’ll ever taste.
IT WOULD BE A GRAND THING FOR ANY COMMUNITY, LARGE OR SMALL, TO SET ASIDE EVEN FIVE MINUTES OF THE DAY FOR SERIOUS CONTEMPLATION.
IF NOTHING MORE WERE TO RESULT THAN THE RECOGNITION OF SUCH FEELING AS COMMUNITY IT WOULD BE A GREAT STEP FORWARD.
/ Henry Miller