"Berlin… The Living Theatre", a short article on The Living Theatre's production of 'Frankenstein' in Berlin, accompanied by a photograph, and the first printing in English of Julian Beck's synopsis, in INTERNATIONAL TIMES #2 (London: October 31, 1966).
"Berlin… The Living Theatre", a short article on The Living Theatre's production of 'Frankenstein' in Berlin, accompanied by a photograph, and the first printing in English of Julian Beck's synopsis, in INTERNATIONAL TIMES #2 (London: October 31, 1966).
"Berlin… The Living Theatre", a short article on The Living Theatre's production of 'Frankenstein' in Berlin, accompanied by a photograph, and the first printing in English of Julian Beck's synopsis, in INTERNATIONAL TIMES #2 (London: October 31, 1966).
"Berlin… The Living Theatre", a short article on The Living Theatre's production of 'Frankenstein' in Berlin, accompanied by a photograph, and the first printing in English of Julian Beck's synopsis, in INTERNATIONAL TIMES #2 (London: October 31, 1966).

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"Berlin… The Living Theatre", a short article on The Living Theatre's production of 'Frankenstein' in Berlin, accompanied by a photograph, and the first printing in English of Julian Beck's synopsis, in INTERNATIONAL TIMES #2 (London: October 31, 1966).

Ed. Tom McGrath.

Beck originally wrote the synopsis, also known as 'The Skeleton Key' or 'The Frankenstein Poem', in Velletri, Italy in 1965, later revising it three times.

Also: Ezra Pound; Morton Feldman in London; Bradley Martin (Hoppy) interviews George Andrews; the London Filmmakers Co-op/Festival of Underground Films, with a commentary by William Burroughs on Antony Balch's film 'Towers Open Fire!', and an Adam Ritchie photo of Barbara Rubin filming Jonas Mekas in NYC (she filmed The Living Theatre's production of 'The Connection' in 1962); Kim Fowley ('Portrait of a Freak'); a report on IT's launch party at the Roundhouse (w. small photo of the Soft Machine); Jeff Nuttall cartoon; more + ads. for Yoko Ono at Indica (half-page); Better Books; the Troubadour Coffee House; Gaberbocchus Press; Richard Hamilton at the Robert Fraser Gallery; and Christopher Gibbs ("for beautiful furniture").

Newsprint slightly age-toned, o/w Very Good plus (unfolded).

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