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Miss A Week, and You Missed A World

Posted in Uncategorized by Robert on January 1, 1903
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(Wonderful color images of recent revivals of several Cino “worlds” HERE.)

While it might be true that the “typical” Cino play was “a quarrel between over-educated young people in a small New York apartment,” we writers took our audiences to a great many fanciful and philosophical settings as well. You never knew where you were going to be when John P. Dodd’s  lights came up.

(Above) Existential/erotic ennui: ROBERT HEIDE’s “The Bed,” 1965

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Photos of The Clown, The White Whore and the Bit Player, Moon, Balls, The Warhol
Machine, Ludlow Fair, and Opening July 4th: For Joe by JAMES D. GOSSAGE.

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