Caffe Cino Pictures

The Cino Year By Year

Posted in Uncategorized by Robert on January 1, 1902
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The Caffe Cino was open and presenting performances for nine years and a few months, each show running from one night to six weeks.  Here are random samples of some of the fewer than a hundred shows for which we have photos, flyers, posters, or press.

See JOHN BORSKE’s exciting bio HERE.

See 4 pages of pre-1961 plays starting HERE,and perhaps the first
Village Voice review of a Cino play HERE, but be warned: it ain’t pretty.

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  1. Linda Eskenas said, on April 28, 2010 at 7:24 pm

    Dear Bob,

    Thanks for the pictures

    They are wonderful.

    Love,
    Linda

  2. Robert Patrick said, on April 6, 2009 at 11:28 pm

    Please include an e-mail address when you make a Comment. Thank you.

  3. ROD PARSONS said, on March 30, 2009 at 2:08 am

    Nevele Adams and I were really good friends and along with a few other pals of ours, who split from our respective homes at pretty young ages,we lived together where ever we could make ourselves welcome.We truely lived on our witts and on our appreciation of the rediculous.Our circle of friends were almost exclusively artists, musicians, and of course a great actor in Nevele. I was amazed when I punched in Neveles name and came up with the two great pictures you had posted on your websight.The years we hung out together were 1967 thru 1969 .I was 22 yrs. old and started college….,what a waste,…in 1970, at the urging of my parrents.Before I got back for the smmer break, Iwas told that he died.I didnt even know that he was sick. Thank you so much for remembering him this way for so long. I never had a picture of him before now,and to see thiese pictures now bring back alot of memories from the finest days of my life.I am not gay but I loved Nevele in a way that was very deep; way more than anyone I ever knew.His death was a huge catastrophy for me. Thanks so so much,….sincerely,Rodney


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