A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969. THE LIVING THEATRE.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.
A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.

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A group of items by members of The Living Theatre, originally sent from Grenoble to Jack Henry Moore at the Arts Lab in advance of their visit to London in June 1969.

Contained in a large envelope addressed to Moore in bold red felt-tip ink (postmarked May 1969):

i) an original drawing of a female figure by Birgit Knabe. Black ink on paper. 33.3x24.5cm. Together with three signed photocopies (Thermofaxes?) of similar drawings by her, two of them additionally signed on the verso in purple ink and one inscribed by her on the verso (plus one smaller-size photocopy of a drawing, 29.3x21cm.). One of the drawings was used to illustrate the Roundhouse programme [item #73]. Birgit Knabe (Gypsy) performed in several Living Theatre productions and designed the costumes for 'Frankenstein';

ii) photocopy of a drawing by Petra Vogt (27.8x19.7cm.), together with an original b/w photograph of her performing in the incense piece from the Raga scene in 'Mysteries & Smaller Pieces'. Photographer unknown. 11.3x16.4cm.

iii) autograph letter signed from Odile (Pannewitz) to Tay (Pannewitz);

iv) handmade folded card titled "For Odile" (from Tay Pannewitz?), featuring an original colour drawing and an autograph poem with decorative borders ("Pour Odile"), plus accompanying typescript of same. 28x22cm.;

v) two typescript poems, "Flight To The Sun" by Mary Mary (Krapf), and "Judith" by Luke Theodore. Each 30x21cm.

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