Caffe Cino Pictures

Venues Inspired By The Cino

Posted in Uncategorized by Robert on January 1, 1961

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3 famous venues have their own rich sites:
LA MAMA, TOSOS II, and THE GLINES HERE and HERE.

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THE OLD RELIABLE THEATRE TAVERN was where the most Cino People moved. Above, my Joyce Dynel shows the freedom an Off-Off  theatre took for granted by 1969.  Six people played Christ, including Joe Pichette crucified on a bodybuilder, and Old Reliable Theatre Tavern founder Kenny Hill at the Last Supper.  Our stage was the Tavern’s tables, and Jerusalem was the Lower East Side. Jeanine O’Reilly, above as Salome to Neil Flanagan’s John the Baptist, said “The theatre is just two doors past the burning car,” and “The reason we get such big audiences is, people are afraid to come to the neighborhood alone.”

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