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Cino People at La Mama

Posted in Uncategorized by Robert on January 1, 1932

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Some photos supplied by James Gossage, Phoebe Wray, John Borske, Lanford Wilson, Joe DeMarco, Keith Carsey, and Wren DiAntonio.

(If large first photos are blank, there are smaller thumbnails at the bottom of the page.)

An important Cino-People-at-La-Mama show: LANFORD WILSON’s “The Rimers of Eldritch.”  Far left, CLARIS NELSON. In profile at bar, ANN HARRIS. (Beth Porter waves her hand.)

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  1. Letitia Eldredge said, on December 26, 2015 at 5:30 pm

    Letitia Eldredge here at artsconv@gmail.com. I have considerable notes, handwritten postcards by Paul Paul. and a big poster of Edgar Negret given to me by his gallery with Richard Humphrey, in the last visit to NY mid-nineties, lost touch due to loss of communication and back in Texas now…check me for Obituary of Dreams, 1973, directed by Ozzie Rodriguez….still here, have a phone, welcome, in touch with other team mate, David Garcia, who now lives in Houston, recently in touch with Ozzie…Hello. all. Still alive, wondering for Paul. Letitia

  2. David Ben Amnon said, on April 21, 2015 at 9:33 pm

    Hey dad you have a grandson!

  3. León Tovar gallery said, on March 30, 2015 at 10:28 am

    Good day,
    I am very interested in Paul Foster. I am leading a research with a gallery in New York City concerning a friend of his who was an artist, Edgar Negret. I would appreciate it if someone here could give me some contact information of his.

  4. John-Julian, OJN said, on July 29, 2010 at 5:05 am

    So you still remember Portsmouth, Apollo! Theater-by-the-Sea lasted until just a few years ago, although it was never a rep company as it was in the ’60’s. I remember the days when we were out of money and had to do some non-royalty stuff, and I directed you in a one-act.

  5. apollo dukakis said, on March 21, 2010 at 6:26 am

    The unidentified actor in the shot of Daniel Clark’s AN INTERVIEW 1964 with Flanagan and Silvay is Paul Jenkins. I worked with him at the THEATER-BY-THE-SEA in Portsmouth N.H. around 1965. Other Cino actors who worked there were Lucy Silvay and Spalding Gray. I did LOOK BACK IN ANGER with Lucy and MEASURE FOR MEASURE with Paul. He later went on to do a small part in ROSEMARY’S BABY and many TV shows. He lives in LA.

  6. Casey Scott said, on September 17, 2009 at 3:12 pm

    Wait a minute, is the Marilyn Roberts from the 1966 La Mama troupe the same Marilyn Roberts from Radley Metzger’s THE IMAGE (also co-starring theater actress Mary Mendum)? Looks kinda similar…

  7. Robert Patrick said, on April 6, 2009 at 11:44 pm

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


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