THE LIVING THEATRE: REPERTORY 1960-61.
THE LIVING THEATRE: REPERTORY 1960-61.
THE LIVING THEATRE: REPERTORY 1960-61.

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THE LIVING THEATRE: REPERTORY 1960-61.

8vo. Stapled wrps., unpaginated (16pp.). Cover drawing by Jean Cocteau. 5 photo-illustrations.

Provides details of four plays produced during the 1960-61 season at The Living Theatre: 'In the Jungle of Cities' by Bertolt Brecht, directed by Judith Malina; 'The Connection' by Jack Gelber, directed by Judith Malina and featuring Martin Sheen in the role that launched his acting career
(while Al Pacino worked backstage); 'The Theatre of Chance I: The Marrying Maiden' by Jackson Mac Low, directed by Malina and featuring music by John Cage; and 'The Theatre of Chance II: Women of Trachis' by Sophokles, a version by Ezra Pound, designed and directed by Julian Beck, and incorporating a film by Willard Maas and Marie Menken.

Also includes biographies of the actors, a 3pp. history of The Living Theatre, a list of its sponsors (among them, Jean Cocteau, Merce Cunningham, Willem de Kooning, Lou Harrison, and Tennessee Williams), a poem ('To Posterity') by Bertolt Brecht, a Living Theatre membership application form, an illustrated full-page ad. for the Evergreen edition of 'The Connection' and the Blue Note LP record, and 'The Theatre of Chance', a 1pp. text by Judith Malina.

Faint age-toning to wrappers, o/w Near Fine.

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