Caffe Cino Pictures

How We Looked Off-Off

Posted in Uncategorized by Robert on January 1, 1911

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<<<Back to Michael Smith’s 2009 play about an evening at the Cino in 1965 On to Playing Dress-Up: Costume Shows>>>

(in case anyone ever wants to costume a movie about us realistically)

many photos, as usual by JAMES D. GOSSAGE

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The too-large overcoat, always in style with playwrights.1965. Edward Albee, LANFORD WILSON, PAUL FOSTER, Kenneth Pressman, Adrienne Kennedy, LEE KALCHEIM. Behind Ms. Kennedy, Lawrence Osgood.

 

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  1. akmediascope said, on March 29, 2012 at 9:11 am

    Carolyn Roesbery @ akmediascope@yahoo.com 2nd comment It is hard to know what is costume and what is garb. I love seeing my teachers so young and vibrant.

  2. akmediascope said, on March 29, 2012 at 8:45 am

    OH! WOW! In this first street photo I recognized Albee, not Lanford I thought Mrs. Kennedy was Ellen Stewart and mr Osgood, Marshall Mason– Wonderful photos. Great Work Mr. Patrick. Thank you for this incredible, rich and real history. It is the history I only heard about in 1996. One that set me on a course of discovering what my life is an should be, told to me from people who did change my life; gay men to whom I owe everything. I discovered theatre when I was forty-one, that year in 1996. I was liberated and given life sustaning tools.

  3. Robert Patrick said, on April 6, 2009 at 11:33 pm

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


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