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Negatives and transparencies that at present are with New York Public Library of
                               Performing Arts:

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  ”The Sandcastle” through “Tom Paine” by Paul Foster
              The number in parenthesis indicates subject's position from left




                                  "The Sandcastle"

                                written by Lanford Wilson

               Caffe Cino benefit, photographed 03/15/1965 at Writers Stage.

   Additional candid photos taken at the Writers Stage during this time can be found with
                              Candid Photos - Writers Stage.

            The director was probably Marshall Mason, if not, Lanford Wilson.

                        Michael Griswold : actor
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                     Michael Warren Powell : actor
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                       Actress Unknown : actress
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    ____________________________________________________________________

     "The Sandcastle" or "There is a Tavern in the Town" or "Harry Can Dance"

                                written by Lanford Wilson

          Photo call, photographed 08/03/1967 at Caffe Cino theater in round area.

                           Tanya Berezin : actress
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                       Alan Feinstein : actor
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                          Bill Haislip : actor
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   Walter Harris : actor - also Michael Harris, W. Michael Harris.
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                       Zita Litvinas : actress
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                     Robbie McCauley : actress
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                    Michael McClanathan : actor
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"The Sandcastle" or "There is a Tavern in the Town" or "Harry Can Dance"

                            written by Lanford Wilson

          Performance on stage, photographed / /1965 at Cafe La Mama.

Includes several views of the set prior to or after a performance. This was the first
                              production of the play.

                      Following is from the flyer / program:

    Cafe La Mama Experimental Theatre Club, 122 Second Avenue presents
                Lanford Wilson's new play The Sandcastle
                    or There is a Tavern in the Town
                           or Harry Can Dance
                     Directed by Marshall W. Mason
                       cast in order of appearance
                   Kenny ...................... Walter Harris
                     Owen ....................... Michael Griswold
                       Tanya ...................... Joyce Aaron
                      Joan ....................... Claris Erickson
                       Calvin ..................... John Kramer
                       Irene ...................... Angela Wood
                      Clint ...................... Beeson Carroll

                        Time: the present, early evening
           Place: the house at the end of the road where the bus turns,
                              San Diego, California

                   Assistant to the Director Charles J. Golden
                         Lighting by Dennis B. Parichy
  Setting conceived by Mr. Mason, executed by Dennis Parichy and Alan Melad
                      Props created by Robert L. Thirkield
                              Electrician Linda Ivey

          Program also includes biographies of the main participants.

                           Joyce Aaron : actress
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                          Beeson Carroll : actor
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Claris Erickson    : actress - Also uses Claris Nelson as a playwright.
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                         Michael Griswold : actor
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   Walter Harris : actor - also Michael Harris, W. Michael Harris.
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                         John Kramer : actor
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                    Marshall W. Mason : director
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            Stage set - The Sandcastle : portrait of set
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                       Actor Unknown : actor
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           Audience Unknown : member of the audience
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      Audience Unknown - female : member of the audience
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       Audience Unknown - male : member of the audience
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                    Lanford Wilson : playwright
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                       Angela Wood : actress
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____________________________________________________________________
"The Sandcastle" or "There is a Tavern in the Town" or "Harry Can Dance"

                            written by Lanford Wilson

 Performance, photographed 07/20/1967 at Cafe La Mama theater in round area.

                              From flyer / program.

                            La Mama E. T. C. presents
                        Lanford Wilson's The Sandcastle
              or There is a Tavern in the Town or Harry Can Dance

                         Directed by Marshall W. Mason
            Settings by Rene Villafuerte. Lighting by Toby Mailman.

                        Cast (in order of introduction):
                       Kenny ................. Walter Harris
                        Joan .................. Zita Litvinas
                    Owen .................. Michael Mc Clanathan
                       Irene ................. Tanya Berezin
                     Tanya ................. Robbie Mc Cauley
                      Calvin ................ William Haislip
                      Clint ................. Robert Rodan **

                 Time: Late afternoon and early evening in July

Place: The house at the end of the road where the bus turns, San Diego, California.

                    Assistant to the Director ...... Betty Guyes
                    Master Electrician ............. Steve Brown

   Special Thanks to Hugh M. Keiser, Dr. Paul Cranefield and Donald Julian.

 ** - Mr. Rodan is appearing through the courtesy of Actors Equity Association.


                         Tanya     Berezin : actress
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                       Bill Haislip : actor
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Walter Harris : actor - also Michael Harris, W. Michael Harris.
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                    Zita Litvinas : actress
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                  Robbie McCauley : actress
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              Michael McClanathan : actor
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                  Robert Rodan : actor
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 Ellen Stewart : producer and founder of Cafe La Mama
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"The Sandcastle" or "There is a Tavern in the Town" or "Harry Can Dance"

                                 written by Lanford Wilson

         Performance, photographed 07/30/1967 at Caffe Cino theater in round area.

                           Tanya Berezin : actress
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                            Alan Feinstein : actor
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                               Bill Haislip : actor
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        Walter Harris : actor - also Michael Harris, W. Michael Harris.
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                            Zita Litvinas : actress
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                          Robbie McCauley : actress
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                         Michael McClanathan : actor
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     ____________________________________________________________________

                           "The Sayings of Mao Tse-Tung

                        Performances, at The Judson Poets' Theater.

                                    From the program:

                                          cover
 Background is a map showing the East coast of China and West coast of the United States of
                                        America.

                            The Judson Poets' Theater Presents

            Information about "Untitled Play" By Lanford Wilson is located here.

                                   And A Mini-Opera
                              The Sayings of Mao Tse-Tung
                      Music By Al Carmines Words by Chairman Mao
                            Movement Staged by Remy Charlip

                                        page three
             The Sayings of Mao Tse-Tung An Opera
          Words by Chairman Mao Music By Al Carmines
               Movement Staged by Remy Charlip

                                with
                          Reathel Bean
                            David Berk
                        Christopher Carrick
                           Julie Kurnitz
                         Florence Tarlow
                         Margaret Wright
                           Al Carmines

                 Costumes Designed by Teresa King
                     Stage Manager: Les Holzer

                            page four
                   The Sayings of Mao Tse-Tung

                                   Solo with Chorus
            The Present Upsurge of the Peasant Movement
                 .................................. Florence Tarlow
                                           Chorus
          Get Organized: We Must Not Become Complacent
                                   Solo with Chorus
         The Foolish Old Man Who Removed the Mountains
                    .................................. Reathel Bean
                                   Solo with Chorus
                      Taught by Mistakes and Setbacks
                .................................. Margaret Wright
                           Solo and Duet with Chorus
                            The World is Progressing
              .................................. Christopher Carrick
                    .................................. Julie Kurnitz
                                     Demonstration
                              Learn to Play the Piano
                     .................................. Al Carmines
                                           Chorus
                               This is a Marxist Law
                                   Solo with Chorus
       Enable Every Woman Who Can Work T Take Her Place
                    .................................. Julie Kurnitz
                                   Solo with Chorus
Just Because We Have Won Victory We Must Not Relax Our Vigilance
                      .................................. David Berk
                               Chorus with Audience
                                 The World is Yours

                        Tent Construction:
                  Pepe Connell Mark Dannenhauer
                 Jay Poswolsky Maria Irene Fornes
                   Charlie Diaz Lucien Addairio
                 Evelyn Schneider Soahm Darwish
                           Lurline Purvis

                      Judson Memorial Church
                                55 Washington Square South
                                  January February, 1968

   The additional pages contain information about "Untitled Play" by Lanford Wilson and
                             Biographies of creative personnel.
    ____________________________________________________________________

                           "The Seven Days Of the Weak"

                                    written by Tom Eyen

                    Notice of future production at Strand Theatre, London.

                  From the program for "Eye In New York" by Tom Eyen:

                                        second page

These are exercises-in-progress from Tom Eyen's forth-coming septology, "The Seven Days Of
          The Weak", to open at the Strand Theatre, London, on February 18, 1970.
     ____________________________________________________________________

                          "The Sheep and the Cheapskate"

                         Performances, at Great Jones Dance Studio.

                     From article in The Village Voice of June 10, 1965:

                                Original Children's Play Opens
     A children's musical, "The Sheep and the Cheapskate", by George Harris III, will be
  presented by the El Dorado Players, June 17 and 18, at 7:30 p. m. at the Great Jones Dance
   Studio, 5 Great Jones Street. The production, written and directed by 14 year-old Harris
                                 will feature an all-child cast.

                 The issue of June 17 included a listing under For Children.

        Ann Harris composed the music (communication from Walter Harris JDG).
     ____________________________________________________________________

                          "The Sheep and the Cheapskate"

                         Performances, at Judson Memorial Church.

                From advertisement in The Village Voice of August 5, 1965:

                The Judson Poets' Theatre presents a Program of Theatre
               written by Children directed by Children acted by Children
                  The Sheep And The Cheapskate by George Harris III
                          and Remember The Thirties a review
                     Saturday, August 7 * Sunday, August 8 - 5 PM
                 Judson Memorial Church 55 Washington Square South
                       For Reservation phone between 1 and 5 PM
     ____________________________________________________________________

                                 "The Singing Lesson"

                                Performances, at Caffe Cino.
From advertisement in The Village Voice of July 30, 1964 under cafes & coffee houses &
                                      cafes &:

                       Caffe Cino Theatre 31 Cornelia Street phone

                      The Singing Lesson by Daniel Haben Clark
                 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Sunday 9 and 11 PM
                         Friday and Saturday 9, 11 and 1 AM

  Listed under off off-B'way in Cafes on page 20, the listing is still for "The Madness of
                                      Lady Bright".
   ____________________________________________________________________

                               "The Singing Lesson"

     Performances, at Cafe La Mama and Caffe Cino, temporarily at Cafe La Mama.

            For additional information see entry for "The Acting Lesson".
   ____________________________________________________________________

                         "The Sleeping Bag" - photo call

                                 written by Robert Patrick

               Photo Call, photographed / /____ at Playwright's Workshop.

              From private correspondence (12-23-97) with Robert Patrick:

This play was directed by Roberta Sklar and debuted performers, Jeannie Lansen, Douglas
                                 Kahn and Bill Haislip.

                       Stephanie Gordon : actress
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                           Douglas Kahn : actor
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                         Jeannie Lansen : actress
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                         "The Sleeping Bag" - photo call

                                 written by Robert Patrick

                  Photo Call, photographed / /196_ at unknown location.

    A photo call for a production scheduled for Bastiano's Cellar that never occurred.
                                Neil Flanagan : actor
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                           Helen Hanft : actress
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                           Robert Shields : actor
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    ____________________________________________________________________

"The Strange Music" - an event from "A Memorial Offering To Joe Cino"

                       Performances, at The Judson Poets' Theater.

   Information from the program for "A Memorial Offering To Joe Cino April 10, 1967":

                     "The Strange Music" by G. K. Chesterton
                               read by Mary Boylan
    ____________________________________________________________________

                                 "The String Game"

                               written by Rochelle Owens

                        Performances, at Judson Memorial Church.

              From advertisement in The Village Voice of February 11, 1965:

                   The Judson Poets' Theater presents 2 One-act plays:
                          "The String Game" by Rochelle Owens
                            directed by Lawrence Kornfeld and
               "Lesson In Understanding" by Berthold Brecht is listed here.
               8:30 p. m. Friday, February 19 through Monday, February 22
                                   For reservations phone

 A review by Peter Share was published in the issue of February 18. Mentioned is music by
Al Carmines, John Coe as The Priest, Jerome Raphel as The Half German. Jamil Zakkai as an
Eskimo. Henry Calvert, David Miller and Sandy Cohen are also Eskimoes. Cecile Vernaeghe,
                Jean Astley and John Quinn are whites who torment Cecile.

                       From article in The Village Voice of April 8:

                                      Judson on TV
 Scenes from the Judson Poets' Theatre's last production, "The String Game", by Rochelle
Owens, will be shown on "New York Illustrated" at 6 p. m. on Saturday, April 10, on WNBC-
 TV (channel 4). Lawrence Kornfeld was the director. The show will include conversation
                       with Judson assistant minister Al Carmines.
   ____________________________________________________________________

  "The String Man" - an event from "A Memorial Offering To Joe Cino"

                        Performances, at The Judson Poets' Theater.

   Information from the program for "A Memorial Offering To Joe Cino April 10, 1967":

                         The String Man by Phoebe Wray
                                  Phoebe Wray
    ____________________________________________________________________

                                 "The Tattoo Parlor"

                              Performances at Cafe La Mama.

              From the program (also includes "A Perfect Day at the Musee"):

                    Cafe La Mama presents two plays by Tom LaBar,

                                  Directed by Bob Haddad.
                 Sets / Lights by James Hardy Costumes by Kathy Iverson

                     "The Tattoo Parlor" -- Music by Jacob Druckman

                  Time: Early Evening. Place: A Dockside tattoo parlor.

                             Artist ................ Michael Miller *
                              Sailor ................ Karl Schenzer

                      Set Photography .......................... Irv Steinfink
                 Hair style consultant for Eliza Miller ... Michael Kikolski
                       Stage Manager ............................ Bill Lentsch

  Special thanks to Josie Schwarzapel, Caroline Haddad, Donna Wilson and Mr. and Mrs.
                                   Richard Armstrong.

                       There will be a 10 minute intermission.
            * Appearing through the courtesy of Actors Equity Association.
    ____________________________________________________________________

         "The Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company (in workshop)

                             written and directed by Tom Eyen

                              Performances, at Cafe La Mama.

                                     From the program:

                     La Mama Experimental Theatre Club presents
                The Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company (in workshop)
                                 Moments from -
                       Why Hanna's Skirt Won't Stay Down
                       Who Killed My Bald Sister Sophie?
                               The Four No Plays
                        Written and directed by Tom Eyen

                                        the company -
                   Lamar Alford ............... Musical Madness
                     Connie Clarke .............. Sophie O'Brien
                     William Duffy .............. The RedBeard
                      Helen Hanft ................ Hanna O'Brien
                       Norman O'Connor ............ The Slave
          Brad Riley ................. The American Fantasy Gone St. Mark's
                Elsa Tresko ................ Luna from the Mountains

                   Lighting - J. P. Dodd Costumes - Royal Rags
       Production Staff - William Duffy, Stephen Brown and John Matthews
         Special thanks to Wesley Jensby and the Nelly Vivas Foundation.
       This performance dedicated to the West Village raid of June 26, 1969.
 ____________________________________________________________________

"The Three Sisters (from Springfield, Illinois) Part II : Who Killed My

              Bald Sister Sophie" or "Thank God For Small Favors"
                              written by Tom Eyen

            Photo Call, photographed 02/17/1968 at unknown location.

                                  From the flyer:

                      Theatre of the Eye / The Cino present

         Tom Eyen's The Three Sisters (from Springfield, Illinois) Part II
                     Who Killed My Bald Sister Sophie?
                                       or
                        Thank God for Small Favors!

                                      with
                     Connie Clarke ----------- Sophie O'Brien
                     Helen Hanft ------------- Hanna O'Brien
                        Steven Davis ------------ Arizona

                           Directed by Neil Flanagan
               John P. Dodd -------- Lights Josef Bush -------- Sets
                        John Hartnett -------- Production

                    World Premiere --- February 20, 1968
                  Nightly, except Mondays, at 9 and 11 P. M.
               Added 1 A. M. Performance Fridays and Saturdays

           Caffe Cino / 31 Cornelia Street / New York City / telephone

          Also by Tom Eyen: "Give My Regards to Off-Off-Broadway"
           at the Playwrights Workshop, 14 Waverly Place / telephone

                           Connie Clarke : actress
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          Steven Davis : actor - Sometimes Steven Van Vost.
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                         Helen Hanft : actress
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  ____________________________________________________________________

"The Treasurer's Report" an event from "The Cino's Not For Burning"

                   Benefit performances, at The Bridge Theatre.

       See entry for "The Cino's Not For Burning" for additional information.
  ____________________________________________________________________

                                 "The Typists"

                          Performances, at Cafe La Mama.

                             From the flyer / program:

                 La Mama - E. T. C. (Experimental Theatre Club)
            122 Second Avenue (2nd Floor) Between 7th and 8th Streets

               Curtain - 8:30 Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
                      Also Friday and Saturday at 10:30 P. M.
                                October 7th - 10th

                         The Typists by Murray Schlagel
                     with Tom D'Agastino and Jane Toivonen
                           Directed by John Thompson
                      Production and Lighting by Helen Lau

                                 Place: An office.
             Time: The action covers a period of about forty-five years.

                        Stage Manager: Roy Wanker
  ____________________________________________________________________

                            "The Value of Money"

                              written by Terry Webb

              Performance, photographed 07/ /1965 at Cafe La Mama.

             Performances were July 28, 1965 through August 1, 1965.

                              From the flyer / program
 Cafe La Mama Experimental Theatre Club / 122 Second Avenue / New York, New York /
                                       Telephone
Wednesday Evening, July 28 - Sunday Evening, August 1, 1965 / Performances Wednesday,
    Thursday and Sunday at 8:30 / Performances Friday and Saturday at 8:30 and 10:30

                                       a comedy
                          The Value of Money by Terry Webb

              with Judith Eckhardt Seth Allen David Knee Rochelle Shaw

                         Set and costumes by Yayoi Tsutchitani.
                             Lighting design by Lee Levine.
                          Production staged by Bruce Kessler.

                                              Cast:
                   Marie, a maid ................................ Rochelle Shaw
              Harriet Hewitt, a woman of the world ......... Judith Eckhardt
                   Barnard Temple, a friend ..................... Seth Allen
                Howard Morton, another friend ................ David Knee

                                        Scene:
         Harriet Hewitt's posh New York apartment, one bright, sunny afternoon.

                            Seth Allen : actor
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                        Judith Eckhardt : actress
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                           David Knee : actor
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                         Rochelle Shaw : actress
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                          "The Vaseline Photographer"

                               Performances, at Caffe Cino.

                                From the flyer / program:

                   Two One Act Plays Caffe Cino 31 Cornelia Street
                        March 1st thru 13th (except Monday
                          Performances at 9:00 and 11:00

                    The Vaseline Photographer by Michael Benedikt
                           Directed by Lawrence Sacharow

                                             Cast
                          Mother .................... Mary Brendle
                        Thomas (the daughter) ..... Deborah Lee

                                    Act I A farmhouse
                                     Act II The same
                           Act III The same, two months later
                 Sound tape by Barbara Rudish (Newcastle-Michael Wiley)

                           Lighting is probably by Johnny Dodd

                                Intermission - Five minutes

                            "Newsletters" is listed here
     ____________________________________________________________________

                              "The Virgin Minus One"

                              Performances, at Cafe La Mama.

                From advertisement in The Village Voice of July 30, 1964.

                             Club Notes La Mama E. T. C.
                             Original one-act by Jack Selby
                            The Virgin Minus One 8:30 only
                        Thursday through Sunday Members Only
 (NOTE: actual performance dates may include Wednesday, Thursday being cited because of
                    being when the publication was on the street JDG)
    ____________________________________________________________________

                                       "The Vise"

                            Performances, at St. Peters Church.

                                       From program:

                  St. Peters Church 346 West 20th Street, New York City
                               Reverend Robert Jenks, Vicar

                  The Vise by Luigi Pirandello directed by Jerold Broudy

                            Giulia ................... Natalie Rogers
                           Antonio Serra ............ Bill Maloney
                         Anna, a servant .......... Miriam Levinson
                         Andreas Fabbri ........... Harold Herbstman
                           Setting: A room in the Fabbri house.

                                "I Can't Sleep" is listed here.

                    "Annajanska, the Bolshevik Empress" is listed here.

                          Technical Director: Betty Bean
                       Publicity Director: Judith Gayle Harris
                       Company Director: Harold Herbstman
     ____________________________________________________________________

  "The War Against Women (A Prejudiced History of Male and Female)"

                                Performances, at Caffe Cino.

From advertisement in The Village Voice of May 7, 1964 under cafes & coffee houses & cafes
                                            &:
                       Caffe Cino Theatre 31 Cornelia Street phone
                              Tonight thru Sunday May 10
                                The War Against Women
                      (A Prejudiced History of the Male and Female)
                       By Edith Laurie, Directed by Robert Dahdah
                           with Clark Hoover and Edith Laurie

                  Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Sunday 9 and 11 PM
                          Friday and Saturday 9, 11 and 1 AM

                  Also listed under off off-B'way in Cafes on page 24.
     ____________________________________________________________________

                              "The Warhol Machine"

                             Performances, at Playbox Studio.

                 See entry for "Standstills" to see program information.
     ____________________________________________________________________

                              "The Warhol Machine"

                                 written by Robert Patrick

                       Filming, photographed / /1967 at a warehouse.

The filming was done possibly for WNET, the Public Broadcasting System station in New York
                                          City.

                            Haal Borske : actor
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                          Magie Dominic : actress
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                           Donald Kvares : actor
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                            Ann Sachs : actress
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                           Robert Shields : actor
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    ____________________________________________________________________

                              "The Warhol Machine"

                                 written by Robert Patrick

               Performance, photographed / /1967 at Caffe Cino at mid-room.

                              Haal Borske : actor
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                 Magie Dominic : actress
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                  Donald Kvares : actor
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                          "The Wedding of the Panda"

                            Performances, at Cafe La Mama.

            From advertisement in The Village Voice of November 12, 1964:

                          Club Notes La Mama E. T. C.
                          "The Wedding of the Panda"
                     A Comedy of Rituals by David Novak
                            Directed by Arthur Gorton
                         Wednesday Thursday 8:30 PM
                    Friday, Saturday, Sunday 8:30 and 10 PM
                                 Members Only
   ____________________________________________________________________

                    "The White Whore and the Bit Player"

                                 written by Tom Eyen

                  Performance, photographed 01/ /1967 at Caffe Cino.

Possibly December 1966. Performances were December 13 through December 18, 1966 and
                         January 10 through January 29, 1967.

                              From the flyer / mini poster:

                      Eyen's The White Whore and the Bit Player

                       with Marie Clair Charba and Helen Hanft
                       Designed and directed by Roger Short Jr.
                        Lights by J. P. Dodd Manager: Arnold
                           Photography: James D. Gossage

                              Caffe Cino 31 Cornelia Sreeet
    January 10 to 29 / except Monday / at 9PM and 11 / also 1AM Friday and Saturday
                                      Reservations


  Mari-Claire Charba : actress - Sometimes Marie Clair or Marie-Clare.
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    ____________________________________________________________________

                     "The White Whore and the Bit Player"

                                   written by Tom Eyen

                     Performance, photographed / /1967 at Caffe Cino.

                  This production was probably 1967, possibly late 1966.

   Mari-Claire Charba : actress - Sometimes Marie Clair or Marie-Clare.
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                           Helen Hanft : actress
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                     "The White Whore and the Bit Player"

                                   written by Tom Eyen

         Performance, photographed 06/09/1973 at Cafe La Mama basement theater.

                                 From the flyer / program:

                                       left hand column
                               at the top is a sketch of an eye

                                        Characters
                                       White Whore
                                        Bit Player

                                        Author's Note
 A play about one woman, before and after she made it. The nun-mind - what she imagines
 herself to be. The whore-flesh - what the world saw her to be. Taking place from the time
 she commits suicide, by strangulation on her asylum room cross, to the time she actually
  dies, ten seconds later. The play being all the flashes that appear in clear view of death
   - and the inevitable struggle (once she knows she is going to die) to live. A play about
                             one woman who didn't quite make it.

 "The White Whore and the Bit Player" was first presented by Ellen Stewart at the La Mama
Experimental Theatre Club, New York City, on August 28, 1964. The original cast (under the
                                  author's direction was:
                         White Whore ....... Mari-Claire Charba
                           Bit Player ........ Jacque Lynn Colton

  In subsequent productions at the Caffe Cino Helen Hanft performed the role of Bit Player
                            and J. P. Dodd created the lighting.

              Time: The ten seconds between the act of suicide and the actual
                               physical surrender of a body.
Place: A sanitorium room of a famous image, a washed-up blonde, before and after. Before,
                     as she saw herself and after, as the world saw her.

  due to the size of theatre there will be a limited seating capacity of only 36 seats which
                                      all prices at $2.00.

                                   right hand column
                    The Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company 1973
                         present the tenth New York revival of
                    The White Whore and the Bit Player by Tom Eyen
                                with Madeleine LeRoux
                                    Sharon Ann Barr

                                    directed by the auther

                              stage manager ..... Marty Tackle
                              costumes .......... Joseph Thomas
                               lights ............ Steven Whitson
                               sets .............. Charles Terrell II

                             Fridays and Saturdays at Midnight
                             Beginning Friday June First, 1973

                                              **
in repertory with the first new Eyen play in four years "Three Dragqueens from Daytona" to
    be directed by Neil Flanagan and featuring such stellar Theatre of the Eye players as
William Duff-Griffin and Jeffrey Herman, first time together on any stage, anywhere. World
                              Premiere Sunday June 10th, 1973.

                          La Mama Experimental Theatre Club
                                   74 East Fourth Street
                   phone for reservations and group therapy information

                       Sharon Ann Barr : actress
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    ____________________________________________________________________

                     "The White Whore and the Bit Player"

                                  written by Tom Eyen

                             Performances, at Cafe La Mama.

                From advertisement in The Village Voice of June 17, 1965:

                  Club Notes La Mama E. T. C. (Paris and Copenhagen)
                          presents 2 New Plays By Tom Eyen
                         "The White Whore and the Bit Player"

          (direct from Paris and Copenhagen) directed by Jacque Lynn Colton
           with Jacque Lynn Colton and Marie Clair Charba (spelled Scharba)
           "Why Hanna's Skirt Won't Stay Down" directed by Neil Flanagan
                          with Helen Hanft and Steven Van Vost
                          Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday at 8:30
                    Friday and Saturday 8:30 and 10:15 Members Only
    ____________________________________________________________________

                     "The White Whore and the Bit Player"

                                  written by Tom Eyen

   Performance, photographed 03/21/1970 at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.

   Performed at the 1970 Yale Drama Festival (The Fourteenth Annual Yale Festival of
Undergraduate Drama) by The Yale Dramatic Association. Events occurred March 20 through
                                         22.
      McMaster University performers Unknown : performance group
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  "The White Whore and the Bit Player" - a scene from "Eyen on Eyen"

                                  written by Tom Eyen
                                    Performances at Caffe Cino.

               Part of the production, "Eyen on Eyen" by Tom Eyen, at Caffe Cino:

          Includes additional titles, To learn more about cast, technical personnel and the
                          additional titles , see entry for "Eyen on Eyen".
        ____________________________________________________________________

 "The White Whore and the Bit Player" - an event from "A Memorial Offering To
                                  Joe Cino"

                                       written by Tom Eyen

                            Performances, at The Judson Poets' Theater.

       Information from the program for "A Memorial Offering To Joe Cino April 10, 1967":

                 Scene from The White Whore and the Bit Player by Tom Eyen
                               Helen Hanft Mari-Clair Charba
        ____________________________________________________________________

                  "The White Whore and the Bit Player" - photo call

                                       written by Tom Eyen

                        Photo call, photographed 01/02/1967 at Caffe Cino.

  Performances were December 13 through December 18, 1966 and January 10 through January 29,
                                           1967.

        The photo call was for the purpose of obtaining photos for publicity and possibly for
                                           flyer / poster.

      Mari-Claire Charba : actress - Sometimes Marie Clair or Marie-Clare.
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                              Helen Hanft : actress
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"The White Whore and the Bit Player" an event from "The Demented World of Tom
                                    Eyen"

                                       written by Tom Eyen
                             Performances, at Cafe La Mama.

       This title is listed on the program for "The Demented World of Tom Eyen".
    ____________________________________________________________________

            "The Wilde Times : Stories and Tales of Oscar Wilde"

                                 A reading, at Caffe Cino.

                          From Village Voice, May 6, 1959.
Sunday May 10. Chamber Theatre reading of "The Wilde Times: Stories and Tales of Oscar
           Wilde", at Caffe Cino, 31 Cornelia Street, 4 and 8:30 p. m. (free).
   ____________________________________________________________________

                                "The Wisteria Bush"

                               written by Jo Vander Voort

                        Performance, photographed 10/__/1983 at

                                    From the program:

                                          Cover:
                        Included is a drawing of the five actresses.

                                  Swell Productions and
                                   Bill Sorrels presents

                                   The Wisteria Bush
                                   by Jo Vander Voort

                                       Second page

  The Wisteria Bush by Jo Vander Voort was the winner of the Gannett Foundation Play
Competition in 1981 and was given its premiere performance by the Nashville Circle Players
   for the 1981 general meeting of the American Theatre Critics Association held at the
                           Tennessee Performing Arts Center.
                         ________________________________
                         ________________________________
                                      Staff and Crew

                          Set Design -------------- Steve Bourne
                        Lighting and Sound ------ William Pollina
                            Stage Manager ----------- Alan Lee
                        Propmistress ------------ Katherine Barrett
                         Costumes ---------------- Abigail Jenner
                           Publicity --------------- Travis Jenner
                          Lobby Photos ------------ Jim Gossage
                                            AND
                               Very Special Thank Yous to:
                              Tami Barber, James Martinez,
                        Donny Swayze, Chris Ryan, Kevin Gage

                              This Production is Dedicated
                                  With Great Pride To:
                                 Ruth Lucille of Bristol
                            Emma Mae of Coraopolis
                            Carolyne of Murfreesboro
                             Jesse Ruth of Wewoka
                                 Irma of Harvey
                            Fyrne Heloise of Medford

                         Third and fourth Pages are bios:

                                    Fifth Page:

                                The Wisteria Bush

                               A Play In Two Acts
                               by Jo Vander Voort

                            Directed by Terry O'Neal

                                        cast
                             (in order of appearance)

                      Ruthie Ann Castro ----- Linda Stone
                    Mama Wallace ---------- Marilou Conway
                      Acia Darling ---------- Susan Harney
                       Miss Elly ------------- Norma Ruth
                    Sybil Parker ---------- Jacque Lynn Colton

                                    the Place
                               Coleridge, Alabama

                                      the time
                                        1972

                                  the setting
                         Living Room of Mama Wallace

                         Act One: Late afternoon in April

                                   Act Two:
                          Scene One: The next morning
                             Scene Two: That Night

                                Sixth Page, bottom:

                             Understudies ...............
                                   Chris Odell,
                            Katie Mitchell, Gale Eagen

                       Sherry Unger (East Coast Producer)
Thank you for your love, help and support in getting this production mounted in Los
                                     Angeles.

                   An ad for Queen of Thai Cuisine restaurant.

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             The Wisteria Bush - Actress # 3 : hostess
                         XEN00037 (4)
             The Wisteria Bush - Actress # 4 : actress
 XBN00011 (3) XBN00012 (4) XBN00013 (4) XBN00014 (4) XBN00033 (4)
XBN00037 (2) XCN00036 (1) XCN00037 (2) XDN00014 (2) XDN00015 (2)
XDN00016 (2) XDN00017 (2) XDN00018 (2) XDN00019 (1) XDN00020 (1)
XDN00021 (1) XDN00022 (1) XDN00023 (1) XDN00024 (1) XDN00025 (1)
XDN00026 (1) XDN00027 (1) XDN00028 (1) XDN00029 (1) XDN00030 (1)
 XDN00031 (1) XDN00033 (2) XEN00002 (1) XEN00007 (1) XEN00008 (1)
 XEN00009 (1) XEN00010 (1) XEN00011 (1) XEN00012 (2) XEN00033 (5)
             The Wisteria Bush - Actress # 4 : hostess
       XEN00034 (5) XEN00035 (2) XEN00036 (2) XEN00037 (2)
                   Jacque Lynn Colton : actress
 XBN00001 (1) XBN00002 (1) XBN00003 (1) XBN00005 (1) XBN00006 (1)
 XBN00007 (2) XBN00008 (1) XBN00009 (1) XBN00010 (1) XBN00011 (1)
 XBN00012 (2) XBN00013 (2) XBN00014 (2) XBN00015 (1) XBN00016 (1)
 XBN00017 (1) XBN00018 (1) XBN00019 (2) XBN00020 (3) XBN00021 (2)
 XBN00022 (2) XBN00023 (2) XBN00024 (2) XBN00025 (2) XBN00026 (2)
 XBN00027 (2) XBN00028 (2) XBN00029 (2) XBN00030 (2) XBN00031 (2)
 XBN00032 (2) XBN00033 (2) XBN00034 (2) XBN00035 (2) XBN00036 (2)
XDN00034 (2) XDN00035 (3) XDN00036 (2) XDN00037 (1) XEN00001 (3)
 XEN00017 (1) XEN00018 (1) XEN00019 (1) XEN00020 (2) XEN00021 (2)
 XEN00022 (3) XEN00023 (2) XEN00024 (2) XEN00025 (1) XEN00026 (1)
 XEN00027 (1) XEN00028 (1) XEN00029 (1) XEN00030 (1) XEN00033 (2)
       XEN00034 (2) XEN00035 (1) XEN00036 (1) XEN00037 (1)
                    Actress Unknown : actress
                         XDN00035 (1)
____________________________________________________________________

                       "The World's Fair Enough"

                  Performances, at Cafe La Mama and Stage 73.

         From an advertisement in The Village Voice of August 6, 1964:

                           Club Notes La Mama E. T. C.
'... and who convinced me, within ten minutes, that I was in the presence of one of
          the half-dozen great comedians of my lifetime.' - Kenneth Tynan

                        8:30 Thursday through Sunday
   A revue with music featuring Dwight Marfield directed by Randolph Carter.
                                Members Only

                    Another advertisement in the same issue:

        A La Mama production Dwight Marfield (above quote repeated)
                         Ted Dennis and Anne Pierce
                          "The World's Fair Enough"
                A melodious review directed by Randolph Carter
            Opens Tuesday, August 11 through Friday, August 14 8:30
                         Stage 73 321 East 73rd Street
  ____________________________________________________________________

                            "The Year of the Census"

                            Performances, at Cafe La Mama.

          From an advertisement in The Village Voice of September 10, 1964:

                         Club Notes La Mama E. T. C.
                            The Year of the Census"
                        Original one-act By John Hopper
                          Directed By Romeo Costea
              Thursday and Sunday 8:30 PM Friday 8:00 and 10 PM
                                 Members Only
  ____________________________________________________________________

      "Theater vs Anti-Theater" - with Michael Smith and Joe Cino

                    A discussion, at New School for Social Research

          From article in The Village Voice issue of October 7, 1965, page 11:

                                    Coffeehouse Talk
 Village Voice drama critic Michael Smith and coffee house owner Joe Cino will discuss
 'Coffeehouses: Where Censorship Doesn't Exist; Where Playwrights Are Turning' in the
series "Theater vs Anti-Theater' on Monday October 11 at 8:30 PM at the New School for
 Social Research, 66 West 12th Street. Coordinators for the series are Gordon Rogoff and
                          Joseph Chaikin. Admission is $3.50.
   ____________________________________________________________________

              "There is Method in Their Madness" - photo call

      written and directed by George Harris III, music and lyrics by Walter Harris

            Children's Musical, photographed 06/04/1966 at Cafe La Mama.

                                Probably May 4, 1966.

                               From a flyer for the play.

                La Mama E. T. C. (Experimental Theater Club) presents
                      George Harris III's El Dorado Players in

                           There is Method in Their Madness

               A New Musical written and directed by George Harris III
                         music and lyrics by Walter Harris
                    May 21 - 22 (Saturday and Sunday) 4:00 p. m.
            Cafe La Mama 122 Second Avenue (between 7th and 8th streets)
                                       phone
NOTE: My notes indicate that the play was also presented on May 27, 1966 which would be
                                     the next Friday.

                              Candy Gilbert :
        CT01535 (2) CT01536 (2) CT01537 (2) CT01538 (2) CT01539 (2)
        CT01540 (2) CT01541 (2) CT01542 (2) CT01543 (2) CT01544 (2)
             CT01545 (2) CT01546 (2) CT01548 (2) CT01549 (2)
                               Eloise Harris :
        CT01464 (4) CT01465 (4) CT01466 (4) CT01547 (1) CT01551 (2)
        CT01552 (2) CT01553 (2) CT01556 (2) CT01557 (2) CT01558 (2)
            George Harris III : playwright, actor and director
        CT01463 (1) CT01464 (5) CT01465 (5) CT01466 (5) CT01467 (2)
        CT01468 (2) CT01469 (2) CT01470 (2) CT01471 (1) CT01472 (1)
        CT01473 (1) CT01474 (1) CT01535 (1) CT01536 (1) CT01537 (1)
        CT01538 (1) CT01539 (1) CT01540 (1) CT01541 (1) CT01542 (1)
        CT01543 (1) CT01544 (1) CT01545 (1) CT01546 (1) CT01548 (1)
        CT01549 (1) CT01550 (1) CT01551 (1) CT01552 (1) CT01553 (1)
        CT01556 (1) CT01557 (1) CT01558 (1) CT01559 (3) CT01560 (2)
        CT01561 (2) CT01562 (2) CT01563 (1) CT01564 (1) CT01565 (1)
        CT01566 (3) CT01567 (1) CT01568 (1) CT01569 (1) CT01570 (1)
                             Mary Lou Harris :
        CT01464 (3) CT01465 (3) CT01466 (3) CT01547 (5) CT01554 (4)
  Walter Harris : actor, singer, lyricist and music creator - also Michael
                           Harris, W. Michael Harris.
        CT01463 (3) CT01464 (1) CT01465 (1) CT01466 (1) CT01467 (1)
        CT01468 (1) CT01469 (1) CT01470 (1) CT01471 (3) CT01472 (3)
        CT01473 (3) CT01474 (3) CT01537 (3) CT01538 (3) CT01548 (3)
        CT01549 (3) CT01550 (3) CT01559 (2) CT01560 (3) CT01561 (3)
        CT01562 (3) CT01563 (2) CT01564 (2) CT01565 (2) CT01566 (2)
             CT01567 (2) CT01568 (2) CT01569 (2) CT01570 (2)
                               Lisa Tedesco :
        CT01464 (2) CT01465 (2) CT01466 (2) CT01547 (3) CT01554 (2)
                             Vivica Tedesco :
                         CT01547 (4) CT01554 (3)
                            Actress Unknown :
        CT01463 (2) CT01471 (2) CT01472 (2) CT01473 (2) CT01474 (2)
        CT01547 (2) CT01548 (4) CT01549 (4) CT01550 (2) CT01550 (4)
        CT01554 (1) CT01555 (1) CT01559 (1) CT01560 (1) CT01561 (1)
                         CT01562 (1) CT01566 (1)
   ____________________________________________________________________

               "There is Method in Their Madness" - rehearsal

       written and directed by George Harris III, music and lyrics by Walter Harris

                 Rehearsal, photographed 06/04/1966 at Cafe La Mama.

                              Candy Gilbert :
        CT01475 (1) CT01478 (9) CT01480 (1) CT01481 (2) CT01482 (3)
        CT01499 (5) CT01503 (1) CT01504 (1) CT01505 (1) CT01506 (3)
        CT01507 (8) CT01508 (8) CT01509 (8) CT01510 (8) CT01511 (2)
             CT01514 (3) CT01516 (5) CT01517 (3) CT01518 (2)
                               Eloise Harris :
        CT01477 (4) CT01478 (2) CT01483 (5) CT01484 (2) CT01485 (2)
        CT01489 (2) CT01490 (2) CT01491 (10) CT01492 (9) CT01498 (8)
        CT01502 (4) CT01507 (7) CT01508 (7) CT01509 (7) CT01510 (7)
          CT01511 (3) CT01513 (5) CT01516 (6) CT01517 (4) CT01518 (3)
                            CT01521 (4) CT01522 (7)
        Fred Harris : actor, singer and dancer - also Frederic Harris.
          CT01503 (7) CT01504 (7) CT01505 (6) CT01507 (1) CT01508 (1)
          CT01509 (1) CT01510 (1) CT01514 (1) CT01516 (3) CT01517 (1)
               George Harris III : playwright, actor and director
          CT01478 (8) CT01479 (2) CT01482 (2) CT01486 (2) CT01489 (5)
          CT01490 (5) CT01491 (4) CT01492 (4) CT01493 (6) CT01499 (7)
          CT01500 (7) CT01501 (8) CT01502 (5) CT01503 (9) CT01504 (9)
          CT01505 (8) CT01506 (6) CT01507 (2) CT01508 (2) CT01509 (2)
         CT01510 (2) CT01511 (7) CT01512 (4) CT01515 (1) CT01516 (10)
                      CT01517 (8) CT01518 (7) CT01522 (1)
                                Jayne Anne Harris :
          CT01477 (2) CT01478 (5) CT01483 (7) CT01489 (1) CT01490 (1)
         CT01492 (10) CT01498 (9) CT01499 (2) CT01500 (2) CT01501 (2)
          CT01502 (7) CT01503 (3) CT01504 (3) CT01505 (3) CT01506 (2)
          CT01507 (5) CT01508 (5) CT01509 (5) CT01510 (4) CT01511 (1)
                 CT01516 (4) CT01517 (2) CT01518 (1) CT01522 (2)
                                 Mary Lou Harris :
          CT01477 (3) CT01478 (6) CT01491 (5) CT01492 (7) CT01498 (3)
          CT01499 (6) CT01500 (6) CT01501 (7) CT01507 (9) CT01508 (9)
          CT01509 (9) CT01510 (9) CT01513 (2) CT01515 (5) CT01521 (3)
                                  CT01522 (5)
Walter Harris : actor, singer, lyricist and music creator - also MichaelHarris, W.
  Michael Harris. CT01476 (1) CT01477 (1) CT01478 (1) CT01484 (1) CT01485 (3)
          CT01487 (1) CT01488 (1) CT01494 (1) CT01512 (3) CT01513 (4)
                 CT01515 (4) CT01519 (1) CT01520 (1) CT01521 (2)
                                   Lisa Tedesco :
          CT01477 (6) CT01478 (4) CT01492 (8) CT01493 (7) CT01499 (4)
          CT01500 (5) CT01501 (6) CT01502 (3) CT01503 (5) CT01504 (4)
                 CT01505 (5) CT01513 (1) CT01515 (2) CT01522 (4)
                                  Vivica Tedesco :
          CT01477 (5) CT01478 (7) CT01489 (3) CT01490 (3) CT01491 (7)
          CT01492 (6) CT01493 (3) CT01498 (7) CT01500 (3) CT01501 (3)
          CT01502 (6) CT01503 (6) CT01504 (5) CT01505 (4) CT01506 (4)
          CT01507 (6) CT01508 (6) CT01509 (6) CT01510 (5) CT01516 (8)
                      CT01517 (6) CT01518 (5) CT01522 (3)
                                Actress Unknown :
         CT01475 (2) CT01475 (3) CT01478 (10) CT01479 (1) CT01480 (2)
          CT01481 (1) CT01482 (1) CT01482 (4) CT01483 (1) CT01483 (2)
          CT01483 (3) CT01483 (4) CT01483 (6) CT01486 (1) CT01489 (4)
          CT01490 (4) CT01491 (1) CT01491 (2) CT01491 (3) CT01491 (6)
          CT01491 (8) CT01491 (9) CT01492 (1) CT01492 (2) CT01492 (3)
          CT01492 (5) CT01493 (1) CT01493 (2) CT01493 (4) CT01498 (5)
          CT01498 (6) CT01499 (1) CT01499 (3) CT01500 (1) CT01500 (4)
          CT01501 (1) CT01501 (4) CT01501 (5) CT01502 (1) CT01502 (2)
          CT01503 (2) CT01503 (8) CT01504 (2) CT01504 (6) CT01504 (8)
          CT01505 (2) CT01505 (7) CT01506 (1) CT01506 (5) CT01507 (3)
          CT01507 (4) CT01508 (3) CT01508 (4) CT01509 (3) CT01509 (4)
          CT01510 (3) CT01510 (6) CT01511 (4) CT01511 (5) CT01511 (6)
          CT01512 (1) CT01512 (2) CT01512 (5) CT01512 (6) CT01514 (2)
          CT01514 (4) CT01515 (3) CT01515 (6) CT01516 (2) CT01516 (7)
          CT01516 (9) CT01517 (5) CT01517 (7) CT01518 (4) CT01518 (6)
                      CT01521 (1) CT01521 (5) CT01522 (6)
                     Performer Unknown : actor or actress
          CT01478 (3) CT01493 (5) CT01493 (8) CT01498 (1) CT01498 (2)
              CT01498 (4) CT01503 (4) CT01513 (3) CT01516 (1)
Photographer Unknown - male : photographer - Person taking photographs.
                   CT01485 (1) CT01511 (8) CT01518 (8)
    ____________________________________________________________________

              "There is Method in Their Madness" - rehearsal

       written and directed by George Harris III, music and lyrics by Walter Harris

                 Rehearsal, photographed 06/04/1966 at Cafe La Mama.

                                 Probably May 4, 1966.

                               Candy Gilbert :
        CT01234 (9) CT01235 (9) CT01236 (8) CT01237 (8) CT01238 (8)
        CT01239 (8) CT01240 (8) CT01241 (8) CT01242 (5) CT01243 (6)
        CT01244 (6) CT01245 (6) CT01248 (1) CT01249 (2) CT01250 (3)
       CT01255 (1) CT01256 (1) CT01257 (1) CTC00295 (2) CTC00296 (1)
           CTC00297 (2) CTC00298 (2) CTC00299 (2) CTC00300 (2)
                                Eloise Harris :
        CT01234 (2) CT01235 (2) CT01236 (5) CT01237 (5) CT01238 (5)
        CT01239 (5) CT01240 (5) CT01241 (5) CT01242 (6) CT01243 (2)
        CT01244 (2) CT01245 (2) CT01246 (1) CT01247 (1) CT01248 (3)
              CT01251 (1) CT01252 (1) CT01253 (1) CT01254 (1)
       Fred Harris : actor, singer and dancer - also Frederic Harris.
        CT01236 (1) CT01237 (1) CT01238 (1) CT01239 (1) CT01240 (1)
        CT01241 (1) CT01242 (1) CT01243 (1) CT01244 (1) CT01245 (1)
            George Harris III : playwright, actor and director
        CT01234 (3) CT01235 (3) CT01236 (4) CT01237 (4) CT01238 (4)
        CT01239 (4) CT01240 (4) CT01241 (4) CT01242 (7) CT01243 (7)
      CT01244 (8) CT01245 (8) CTC00295 (3) CTC00296 (2) CTC00297 (3)
                  CTC00298 (3) CTC00299 (3) CTC00300 (3)
                             Jayne Anne Harris :
        CT01234 (8) CT01235 (8) CT01236 (3) CT01237 (3) CT01238 (3)
        CT01239 (3) CT01240 (3) CT01241 (3) CT01242 (3) CT01243 (4)
            CT01244 (4) CT01245 (4) CTC00303 (2) CTC00303 (2)
                              Mary Lou Harris :
        CT01234 (4) CT01235 (4) CT01242 (9) CT01243 (8) CT01244 (9)
                   CT01245 (9) CTC00303 (3) CTC00303 (3)
   Walter Harris : actor, singer, lyricist and music creator - also Michael
                            Harris, W. Michael Harris.
        CT01234 (1) CT01235 (1) CT01250 (1) CT01251 (2) CT01252 (2)
                          CT01253 (2) CT01254 (2)
                                 Judy Semes :
        CT01234 (7) CT01235 (6) CT01236 (6) CT01237 (6) CT01238 (6)
        CT01239 (6) CT01240 (6) CT01241 (6) CT01242 (4) CT01243 (5)
        CT01244 (5) CT01245 (5) CT01248 (2) CT01249 (1) CT01250 (2)
     CT01255 (2) CTC00295 (1) CTC00297 (1) CTC00298 (1) CTC00299 (1)
                              CTC00300 (1)
                                Lisa Tedesco :
        CT01234 (6) CT01235 (7) CT01236 (9) CT01237 (9) CT01238 (9)
        CT01239 (9) CT01240 (9) CT01241 (9) CT01242 (8) CT01243 (9)
                          CT01244 (7) CT01245 (7)
                               Vivica Tedesco :
        CT01234 (5) CT01235 (5) CT01236 (2) CT01237 (2) CT01238 (2)
        CT01239 (2) CT01240 (2) CT01241 (2) CT01242 (2) CT01243 (3)
          CT01244 (3) CT01245 (3) CTC00303 (4) CTC00303 (4)
              Actor Unknown : actor, singer and dancer
     CT01234 (10) CT01235 (10) CT01236 (7) CT01237 (7) CT01238 (7)
    CT01239 (7) CT01240 (7) CT01241 (7) CTC00303 (1) CTC00303 (1)
 ____________________________________________________________________

        "There is Method in Their Madness" - tech rehearsal

    written and directed by George Harris III, music and lyrics by Walter Harris

     Tech rehearsal, photographed 06/04/1966 at Cafe La Mama lighting board.

                           Probably May 4, 1966.
  Fred Harris : lighting designer / technician - also Frederic Harris.
      CT01523 (1) CT01524 (1) CT01525 (1) CT01526 (1) CT01527 (1)
      CT01528 (1) CT01529 (1) CT01530 (1) CT01531 (1) CT01532 (1)
                       CT01533 (1) CT01534 (1)
   Cafe La Mama Lighting Board : technical production equipment
      CT01523 (2) CT01524 (2) CT01525 (2) CT01526 (2) CT01527 (2)
      CT01528 (2) CT01529 (2) CT01530 (2) CT01531 (2) CT01532 (2)
                       CT01533 (2) CT01534 (2)
 ____________________________________________________________________

        "There is Method in Their Madness" - tech rehearsal

    written and directed by George Harris III, music and lyrics by Walter Harris

            Tech rehearsal, photographed 06/04/1966 at Cafe La Mama.

                              Probably May 4, 1966.

                            Candy Gilbert :
      CT01571 (2) CT01572 (5) CT01573 (3) CT01574 (1) CT01575 (3)
      CT01576 (2) CT01577 (2) CT01578 (2) CT01579 (2) CT01580 (2)
                       CT01581 (2) CT01582 (2)
          George Harris III : playwright, actor and director
      CT01571 (1) CT01572 (3) CT01573 (2) CT01574 (4) CT01575 (2)
      CT01576 (1) CT01577 (1) CT01578 (1) CT01579 (1) CT01580 (1)
                       CT01581 (1) CT01582 (1)
Walter Harris : actor, singer, lyricist and music creator - also Michael
                         Harris, W. Michael Harris.
           CT01572 (1) CT01573 (1) CT01581 (3) CT01582 (3)
                          Actress Unknown :
      CT01571 (3) CT01571 (4) CT01572 (2) CT01572 (4) CT01573 (4)
      CT01573 (5) CT01574 (2) CT01574 (3) CT01575 (4) CT01576 (3)
           CT01577 (3) CT01578 (3) CT01581 (4) CT01582 (4)
                Performer Unknown : actor or actress
                            CT01575 (1)
 ____________________________________________________________________

                 "There's A Wall Between Us, Darling"

                   Performances, at St. Mark's in-the-Bouwerie.

            See entry for "Free, Free, Free" for additional information.
A review by Peter Share was published in The Village Voice issue of April 1, 1965. It
      mentions Merlyn Purdy as Celia who delivers the monologue in this play.
____________________________________________________________________

                  "There's the Wrong Number of Teeth"

                       written and directed by Saul Paul Sirag

     Photo call, photographed 08/ /1966 at Cafe La Mama dressing / prop room.

                             From the flyer / program:

                At La Mama "There's the Wrong Number of Teeth"
                              by Saul Paul Sirag

                  Magie Dominic as Chick Otto Mjaanes as Homo
                  Bill Maloney as Sapiens Saul Paul Sirag as Cat

                            Directed by Saul Paul Sirag

                      August 31 through September 4, 1966
            Wednesday - Thursday - Sunday 8:30 reservations suggested
                   Friday - Saturday 8:30 and 10:30 telephone
                     La Mama E. T. C. 122 Second Avenue

                      Magie Dominic : actress
      CT07465 (1)CT07466 (1) CT07467 (1) CT07468 (1) CT07469 (1)
      CT07470 (2)CT07471 (2) CT07472 (2) CT07473 (2) CT07474 (2)
      CT07475 (2)CT07476 (4) CT07477 (4) CT07478 (4) CT07479 (2)
      CT07480 (4)CT07481 (4) CT07482 (4) CT07483 (4) CT07484 (4)
                CT07485 (4) CT07486 (4) CT07487 (4)
                         Bill Maloney : actor
     CT07465 (4) CT07466 (4) CT07467 (4) CT07468 (4) CT07469 (4)
     CT07470 (4) CT07471 (4) CT07472 (4) CT07473 (3) CT07474 (3)
     CT07475 (3) CT07476 (2) CT07477 (2) CT07478 (2) CT07480 (2)
     CT07481 (2) CT07482 (2) CT07483 (2) CT07484 (2) CT07485 (2)
                     CT07486 (2) CT07487 (2)
                        Otto Mjaanes : actor
     CT07465 (2) CT07466 (2) CT07467 (2) CT07468 (2) CT07469 (2)
     CT07470 (1) CT07471 (1) CT07472 (1) CT07473 (1) CT07474 (1)
     CT07475 (1) CT07476 (3) CT07477 (3) CT07478 (3) CT07480 (3)
     CT07481 (3) CT07482 (3) CT07483 (3) CT07484 (3) CT07485 (3)
                     CT07486 (3) CT07487 (3)
          Saul Paul Sirag : playwright, actor and director
     CT07465 (3) CT07466 (3) CT07467 (3) CT07468 (3) CT07469 (3)
     CT07470 (3) CT07471 (3) CT07472 (3) CT07473 (4) CT07474 (4)
     CT07475 (4) CT07476 (1) CT07477 (1) CT07478 (1) CT07479 (1)
     CT07480 (1) CT07481 (1) CT07482 (1) CT07483 (1) CT07484 (1)
                CT07485 (1) CT07486 (1) CT07487 (1)
        No Person Visible : unrecognizable image present
                          CT07471A (1)
____________________________________________________________________

                  "There's the Wrong Number of Teeth"

                       written and directed by Saul Paul Sirag
       Performance, photographed 09/ /1966 at Cafe La Mama theater in the round area.

                            Magie Dominic : actress
           CT07488 (3) CT07489 (3) CT07490 (3) CT07491 (3) CT07492 (3)
           CT07493 (3) CT07494 (3) CT07495 (3) CT07496 (4) CT07497 (4)
           CT07498 (3) CT07499 (3) CT07500 (4) CT07501 (4) CT07502 (4)
           CT07503 (7) CT07504 (7) CT07505 (5) CT07506 (5) CT07507 (5)
                               Bill Maloney : actor
           CT07500 (3) CT07501 (3) CT07502 (3) CT07503 (5) CT07504 (5)
                      CT07505 (6) CT07506 (6) CT07507 (6)
                Saul Paul Sirag : playwright, actor and director
           CT07488 (4) CT07489 (4) CT07490 (4) CT07491 (4) CT07492 (4)
           CT07493 (4) CT07494 (4) CT07495 (4) CT07496 (3) CT07497 (3)
           CT07498 (4) CT07499 (4) CT07502 (5) CT07503 (6) CT07504 (6)
                      CT07505 (4) CT07506 (4) CT07507 (4)
                 Audience Unknown : member of the audience
           CT07488 (5) CT07489 (5) CT07490 (5) CT07491 (5) CT07492 (6)
           CT07493 (6) CT07494 (6) CT07495 (6) CT07496 (6) CT07497 (6)
                CT07498 (6) CT07499 (6) CT07506 (8) CT07507 (8)
            Audience Unknown - female : member of the audience
           CT07488 (1) CT07488 (7) CT07489 (1) CT07489 (7) CT07490 (1)
           CT07490 (7) CT07491 (1) CT07491 (7) CT07492 (1) CT07492 (8)
           CT07493 (1) CT07493 (8) CT07494 (1) CT07494 (8) CT07495 (1)
           CT07495 (8) CT07496 (1) CT07496 (8) CT07497 (1) CT07497 (8)
           CT07498 (1) CT07498 (8) CT07499 (1) CT07499 (8) CT07500 (1)
           CT07501 (1) CT07502 (1) CT07503 (2) CT07503 (3) CT07504 (2)
           CT07504 (3) CT07505 (1) CT07505 (2) CT07506 (1) CT07506 (2)
                           CT07507 (1) CT07507 (2)
             Audience Unknown - male : member of the audience
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                                 CT07507 (9)
      ____________________________________________________________________

"This is the Rill Speaking" - an event from "A Memorial Offering To Joe Cino"

                                 written by Lanford Wilson

                         Performances, at The Judson Poets' Theater.

     Information from the program for "A Memorial Offering To Joe Cino April 10, 1967":

                 Scene from This is the Rill Speaking by Lanford Wilson
               Jacque Lynn Colton Claris Erickson Michael Warren Powell
      ____________________________________________________________________
                               "This Is the Rill Speaking"

                            written and directed by Lanford Wilson

                      Performance, photographed 07/ /1965 at Caffe Cino.

       The flyer / program copied below may actually be for PlayCode ThisRillSpea05.

                                   From the flyer / program:

                 Caffe Cino 31 Cornelia Street May (date is unreadable JDG)

                       The Caffe Cino presents This is the Rill Speaking

                              Play in one act by Lanford Wilson

                                 performed by Tanya Berezin
                                         Philip Clark
                                       Mae Durnheim
                                     Jacque Lynn Colton
                                         Fred Forrest
                                       Marvin Peisner

                                Directed by Lanford Wilson
                           Lighting Designed by Charles Stanley
              Set Designed by Francis Gilligan Stage Manager - Arnold Horton
                                      on side of flyer
              Performance at 1 A. M. on Fridays and Saturdays Closed Mondays

    An advertisement published in The Village Voice of July 15, 1965, includes information
      that this is the World Premiere and that it is directed by the author with an All Star
                                             Cast.

     A review by Elenore Lester was published in the issue of July 29. It mentions Alice
   Conklin, Michael Warren Powell, Claris Erickson, Jacque Lynn Colton, John Kramer and
                                      George Harris.

    There is also a photo by Fred Eberstadt with caption, which is of John Kramer, Michael
                              Warren Powell and Claris Erickson.

                          Jacque Lynn Colton : actress
                            CT00258 (1) CT00280 (3)
                             Mae Durnheim : actress
                     CT00257 (1) CT00258 (2) CT00280 (2)
      Claris Erickson : actress - Also uses Claris Nelson as a playwright.
                            CT00257 (2) CT00280 (1)
      ____________________________________________________________________

                               "This Is the Rill Speaking"

                                  written by Lanford Wilson

                   Performance, photographed 03/13/1966 at Cafe La Mama.

   Possibly March 14, 15 or 16. Performance by the La Mama Repertory Company. One of the
plays known as Six From La Mama when they were moved Off Broadway, to Martinique Theatre.
       After previews, three plays were cut and it opened as "Three From La Mama". It was
        presented Off Broadway by Circle in the Square, Theodore Mann and Paul Libin.

                        From the Martinique Theatre, preview program:

                       Martinique Theatre Owner, Manager - Paul Libin
                  Circle in the Square, Theodore Mann and Paul Libin present
                                        6 From La Mama

                      The La Mama Repertory Company The Playwrights

                             Tom O'Horgan - Director Paul Foster
                             Mari-Claire Charba William Hoffman
                              Jacque Lynn Colton Leonard Melfi
                                Stephanie Gordon Sam Shepard
                             Victor LiPari Jean-Claude van Itallie
                               Kevin O'Connor Lanford Wilson
                                    Michael Warren Powell

                                 This play is listed on Bill One:

                          This is the Rill Speaking by Lanford Wilson

                          The Entire Company (In Order of Speaking)
                                      Jacque Lynn Colton
                                    Michael Warren Powell
                                      Mari-Claire Charba
                                         Victor LiPari
                                        Kevin O'Connor

                              All plays directed by Tom O'Horgan

                             Also see entry for "6 From La Mama".

        Mari-Claire Charba : actress - Sometimes Marie Clair or Marie-Clare.
              CT00648 (5) CT00649 (5) CT00650 (5) CT00652 (1) CT00653 (2)
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              CT00665 (1) CT00666 (1) CT00667 (1) CT00668 (1) CT00669 (1)
              CT00670 (1) CT00671 (1) CT00679 (2) CT00680 (2) CT00681 (4)
                                    CT00682 (6)
                            Jacque Lynn Colton : actress
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              CT00653 (3) CT00654 (2) CT00655 (2) CT00660 (1) CT00661 (1)
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              CT00667 (3) CT00668 (3) CT00669 (3) CT00670 (3) CT00671 (2)
              CT00674 (2) CT00675 (2) CT00676 (1) CT00677 (1) CT00678 (2)
                         CT00679 (1) CT00680 (1) CT00681 (3)
Claris Erickson : member of the audience - Also uses Claris Nelson as a playwright.
                                    CT00682 (1)
                                  Victor LiPari : actor
                         CT00656 (5) CT00662 (5) CT00663 (4)
                               Kevin O'Connor : actor
              CT00660 (5) CT00661 (4) CT00673 (3) CT00674 (3) CT00675 (3)
                   CT00676 (2) CT00677 (2) CT00681 (2) CT00683 (4)
                            Michael Warren Powell : actor
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                      Actor Unknown : actor
                           CT00679 (3)
           Audience Unknown : member of the audience
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                    CT00682 (10) CT00683 (6)
      Audience Unknown - female : member of the audience
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       Audience Unknown - male : member of the audience
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     CT00682 (3) CT00682 (4) CT00682 (5) CT00682 (8) CT00682 (9)
          CT00683 (1) CT00683 (2) CT00683 (3) CT00683 (7)
               Performer Unknown : actor or actress
                CT00674 (1) CT00675 (1) CT00678 (1)
                   Reviewer Unknown : reviewer
     CT00651 (2) CT00652 (3) CT00653 (4) CT00654 (3) CT00655 (3)
                           CT00678 (3)
____________________________________________________________________

                       "This Is the Rill Speaking"

                          written by Lanford Wilson

            Performance, photographed 04/20/1967 at Caffe Cino.

                          Tanya Berezin : actress
    CT03633 (4)     CT03634 (4) CT03635 (4) CT03636 (4) CT03637 (2)
                         CT03639 (2) CT03640 (2)
                       Jacque Lynn Colton : actress
    CT03633 (3)     CT03634 (3) CT03635 (3) CT03636 (3) CT03637 (3)
                         CT03639 (3) CT03640 (3)
Claris Erickson    : actress - Also uses Claris Nelson as a playwright.
     CT03633 (1)    CT03634 (1) CT03635 (1) CT03636 (1) CT03637 (1)
                         CT03639 (1) CT03640 (1)
                            Fred Forrest : actor
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                         CT03639 (5) CT03640 (5)
                           Marvin Peisner : actor
      CT03633 (5) CT03634 (5) CT03635 (5) CT03636 (5) CT03637 (6)
                     CT03639 (6) CT03640 (6)
                       Actor Unknown : actor
      CT03633 (2) CT03634 (2) CT03635 (2) CT03636 (2) CT03637 (4)
                     CT03639 (4) CT03640 (4)

____________________________________________________________________

                         "This Is the Rill Speaking"

                      written and directed by Lanford Wilson

               Performance, photographed 05/05/1967 at Caffe Cino.

The flyer / program for PlayCode ThisRillSpea01 may actually be for this production.

                       Tanya Berezin : actress
     CT04199 (4) CT04200 (3) CT04201 (2) CT04202 (2) CT04203 (5)
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                      CT04218 (2) CT04219 (3)
                    Jacque Lynn Colton : actress
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     CT04208 (2) CT04209 (2) CT04210 (2) CT04211 (5) CT04212 (5)
     CT04215 (5) CT04216 (5) CT04217 (5) CT04218 (5) CT04219 (5)
Claris Erickson : actress - Also uses Claris Nelson as a playwright.
     CT04191 (1) CT04196 (1) CT04197 (1) CT04198 (1) CT04203 (4)
     CT04204 (4) CT04211 (2) CT04212 (2) CT04213 (2) CT04214 (2)
     CT04215 (2) CT04216 (2) CT04217 (1) CT04218 (3) CT04219 (2)
                        Marvin Peisner : actor
     CT04192 (3) CT04199 (2) CT04200 (1) CT04203 (3) CT04204 (3)
     CT04211 (4) CT04212 (4) CT04215 (4) CT04216 (4) CT04217 (4)
                      CT04218 (4) CT04219 (4)
                       Actor Unknown : actor
     CT04192 (1) CT04192 (2) CT04193 (2) CT04194 (1) CT04199 (5)
     CT04200 (4) CT04203 (1) CT04203 (6) CT04204 (1) CT04205 (1)
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     CT04212 (3) CT04212 (6) CT04213 (1) CT04214 (1) CT04215 (1)
           CT04216 (1) CT04217 (3) CT04218 (1) CT04219 (1)
                     Actress Unknown : actress
     CT04193 (1) CT04207 (1) CT04207 (3) CT04208 (1) CT04208 (3)
           CT04209 (1) CT04209 (3) CT04210 (1) CT04210 (3)
       Audience Unknown - male : member of the audience
     CT04192 (4) CT04193 (3) CT04194 (2) CT04215 (6) CT04216 (6)
                CT04217 (6) CT04218 (6) CT04219 (6)
               Performer Unknown : actor or actress
                           CT04199 (1)
____________________________________________________________________




               "This Is the Rill Speaking" - dressing room

                      written and directed by Lanford Wilson
             Dressing room activity, photographed 07/ /1965 at Caffe Cino.

                      Jacque Lynn Colton : actress
                 CT00277 (1) CT00278 (1) CT00279 (2)
                         Mae Durnheim : actress
                        CT00277 (3) CT00278 (3)
  Claris Erickson : actress - Also uses Claris Nelson as a playwright.
                 CT00277 (2) CT00278 (2) CT00279 (1)
                   James D. Gossage : photographer
                        CT00277 (4) CT00278 (4)
  ____________________________________________________________________

                             "Thor The Nordoom"

                     Performances, at Washington Square Theatre.

            From an advertisement in The Village Voice of April 23, 1964.

                       J. Kallish presents "Thor The Nordoom"
                              Starring Robert E. Atherton



                        Written and directed by Moondog
                           'Shocking' as "The Deputy"
                 1st performance Wednesday April 29 8:30 PM
                 Washington Square Theatre 145 Bleecker $1.25
  ____________________________________________________________________

                     "Three Dragqueens From Daytona"

                                 written by Tom Eyen

              Performances, photographed 06/22/1973 at Cafe La Mama.

                                    From the flyer:

Most of the flyer contains the reproduction of New York Times graphic representation of
                    racial makeup of New York City's public schools.

          The Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company 1973 proudly presents
                  Three Dragqueens From Daytona by Tom Eyen
                              directed by Neil Flanagan

                       with Peter Bartlett, William Duff-Griffin,
                          Gene Masoner and James Wigsall

                              Lighting: Steven Whitson
                    Assistant to Mr. Flanagan: William Compton
                La Mama E. T. C. 74A East Fourth Street reservations

                          Peter Bartlett : actor
        CT10457 (3) CT10458 (3) CT10459 (3) CT10460 (3) CT10461 (3)
        CT10462 (3) CT10463 (3) CT10464 (3) CT10465 (3) CT10466 (3)
        CT10467 (3) CT10468 (3) CT10469 (3) CT10470 (3) CT10471 (3)
     CT10472 (3) CT10473 (4) CT10474 (4) CT10475 (4) CT10476 (4)
          CT10477 (4) CT10478 (4) CT10479 (4) CT10480 (4)
                    William Griffin Duffy : actor
     CT10457 (2) CT10458 (2) CT10459 (2) CT10460 (2) CT10461 (2)
     CT10462 (2) CT10463 (2) CT10464 (2) CT10465 (2) CT10466 (2)
     CT10467 (2) CT10468 (2) CT10469 (2) CT10470 (2) CT10471 (2)
     CT10472 (2) CT10473 (3) CT10474 (3) CT10475 (3) CT10476 (3)
          CT10477 (3) CT10478 (3) CT10479 (3) CT10480 (3)
                       Gene Masoner : actor
     CT10465 (4) CT10466 (4) CT10467 (4) CT10468 (4) CT10469 (4)
     CT10470 (4) CT10471 (4) CT10472 (4) CT10473 (1) CT10474 (1)
     CT10475 (1) CT10476 (1) CT10477 (1) CT10478 (1) CT10479 (1)
                          CT10480 (1)
                       James Wigfall : actor
     CT10457 (1) CT10458 (1) CT10459 (1) CT10460 (1) CT10461 (1)
     CT10462 (1) CT10463 (1) CT10464 (1) CT10465 (1) CT10466 (1)
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     CT10472 (1) CT10473 (2) CT10474 (2) CT10475 (2) CT10476 (2)
          CT10477 (2) CT10478 (2) CT10479 (2) CT10480 (2)
____________________________________________________________________

                "Three Dragqueens From Daytona"

          Performances, photographed 06/17/1973 at Cafe La Mama.

                      Peter Bartlett : actor
    CT10266 (3) CT10267 (3) CT10268 (3) CT10269 (4) CT10271 (3)
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    CT10373 (4) CT10374 (2) CT10375 (3) CT10376 (1) CT10377 (2)
         CT10378 (3) CT10379 (3) CT10380 (2) CT10384 (2)
                   William Griffin Duffy : actor
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    CT10271 (2) CT10272 (3) CT10273 (2) CT10274 (1) CT10275 (1)
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    CT10376 (4)  CT10377 (3) CT10378 (2) CT10379 (2) CT10380 (1)
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                       Gene Masoner : actor
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                      Actor Unknown : actor
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                     CT10381 (3) CT10381 (4)
                       James Wigfall : actor
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     CT10380 (3) CT10382 (2) CT10383 (1) CT10384 (3) CT10385 (1)
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                  "Three Neighborhood Nightpieces"

                            written by Josef Bush

                  Performances at Playbox Theater, probably.
                        Produced by The Company. From the program:

                                 Watchman, tell us of the night
                                 what the signs of promise are.
                                             Hymn

                        Josef Bush's Three Neighborhood Nightpieces
                                 Directed by Roberta Sklar

                                           second page.

                                                     Credits
                     Photography and design projection ...... Richard Ley
                     Publicity by The Company Starlets ...... Lucy Gilbert
                                        and Barbara Goldsmith
                           Music .................................. Charles Ives
                              .................................. Ravi Shankar

                                   "Noctambule" is listed here

                                "Find the Vampire" is listed here

                                            Third page

                                  "Evening Raga" is listed here

           Information about 'The Company' is listed here, see Section II entry.
     ____________________________________________________________________

"Three New Plays by Lanford Wilson directed by Marshal W. Mason" – Circle
                            Theatre on Tour

                                   written by Lanford Wilson

          Promotion portraits, photographed 11/03/1972 at Circle Repertory Theatre.

                From the brochure created to promote 'Circle Theatre on Tour':

                                            cover
                                3 New Plays by Lanford Wilson

                                  "The Great Nebula in Orion"
                                   "Ikke Ikke Nye Nye Nye"
                                    "The Family Continues"

                                Directed by Marshall W. Mason

                                            page two
                             Book Off-Off Broadway's Biggest Hit!
  'Intriguing! Lanford Wilson experiments with masterful control! Touchingly performed and
                                           well staged!'
                                - Mel Gussow, New York Times
         'Fascinating! A major theatrical event, brilliantly acted! Advise you to catch it!'
                                   -Emory Lewis, The Record
          'Very good indeed! A highly theatrical piece of work by a remarkably talented
                                        playwright!'
                         - Joseph R. Mazo, Women's Wear Daily
'Real Plays, innovative and adventurous! Enormously skillful and movingly convincing!
                                     Recommended!'
                              - Michael Smith, Village Voice
         'Bravo Lanford Wilson! The theatre needs more playwrights like him!'
                                     - Show Business

                                brochure mailing face
                                    Circle Theatre
             in connection with the New York State Council On the Arts
                    2307 Broadway, New York, New York 10024

 CT 7962, CT 7972, CT 7980 and CT 8039 were used as illustrations in the brochure.

                    Marshall W. Mason : director
       CT07979 (2) CT07980 (2) CT07981 (2) CT07982 (2) CT07983 (2)
       CT07984 (2) CT07985 (2) CT07986 (2) CT07987 (2) CT07988 (2)
       CT07989 (2) CT07990 (2) CT07991 (1) CT07992 (1) CT07993 (1)
      CT07997 (2) CT07998 (2) CT07999 (2) CT08000 (2) CT08011 (2)
                     Lanford Wilson : playwright
      CT07979 (1) CT07980 (1) CT07981 (1) CT07982 (1) CT07983 (1)
      CT07984 (1) CT07985 (1) CT07986 (1) CT07987 (1) CT07988 (1)
      CT07989 (1) CT07990 (1) CT07994 (1) CT07995 (1) CT07996 (1)
      CT07997 (1) CT07998 (1) CT07999 (1) CT08000 (1) CT08001 (1)
                      CT08002 (1) CT08011 (1)
 ____________________________________________________________________

              "Three New Plays directed by Tom O'Horgan"

            Performance, photographed 07/ /1965 at Cafe La Mama stage.

                               Probably July 12 or 13.
        Information from the program (see entries for individual productions):

                    Cafe La Mama E. T. C. Presents July 14 - 18
                    Three New Plays directed by Tom O'Horgan

                              "...and now the weather"

                                    "Bunny Hop"

                         "In The Water Market"
 ____________________________________________________________________

                          "Three New Playwrights"

                          Performances, at Cafe La Mama.

             From advertisement in The Village Voice of June 24, 1965:

               Club Notes La Mama E. T. C. (Paris and Copenhagen)
                                3 new playwrights
               Anthony Ingrassia "Around The World With An Actor"
                            directed by Robert Elston
                               Avital "Pantomime"
                            Caragiale directed by John Hoffman
                           Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday at 8:30
                     Friday and Saturday 8:30 and 10:30 Members Only

(NOTE: "Around The World With An Actor" and "Caragiale", though in the advertisement, may
                    not have been in production at this time JDG)
    ____________________________________________________________________

          "Three Original One-Act Plays Directed by Ron Nicholson"

                             Performances, at Theatre in a Store.

 From the program for "Three Original One-Act Plays Directed by Ron Nicholson. The plays
are "A Saturday Afternoon" by Julie Yarrow; Freud Would Have Loved You" by Helen Yalof;
    "Hobbies" by Julie Yarrow. See entries for individual plays for additional information.
     ____________________________________________________________________

                    "Three Original Plays by Enrique Vargas"

                                 written by Enrique Vargas

               Performance, photographed 02/21/1967 at Cafe La Mama stage.

   The title from my notes is "Mime from South America", and is probably descriptive only.
                     Any help on names of the plays will be appreciated.

    From the advertisement for Cafe La Mama in the Village Voice of February 16, 1967:

                                 La Mama Bogata and Peru

                           Three Original Plays by Enrique Vargas

                Directed by Jaime Barrios, Rene Enriques, Edmondo Faccini

                                 Homero, Teatro de Grilios

            Directed by Sara Joffre with Aurora Collins, Roberto Rios in English

                      Monday and Tuesday February 20 and 21 at 8:30

                            Richard Portnow : actor
           CT03272 (4) CT03273 (1) CT03274 (2) CT03278 (3) CT03279 (3)
                    Pantomime # 1 Unknown - actor : actor
           CT03261 (1) CT03262 (1) CT03263 (1) CT03264 (1) CT03265 (1)
           CT03266 (1) CT03267 (1) CT03280 (1) CT03281 (1) CT03282 (1)
           CT03284 (1) CT03285 (1) CT03286 (1) CT03287 (1) CT03288 (1)
                      CT03289 (1) CT03290 (1) CT03291 (1)
                 Pantomime # 2 Unknown - actress : actress
           CT03261 (2) CT03262 (2) CT03263 (2) CT03264 (2) CT03265 (2)
           CT03266 (2) CT03267 (2) CT03280 (2) CT03281 (2) CT03282 (2)
           CT03284 (2) CT03285 (2) CT03286 (2) CT03287 (2) CT03288 (2)
                      CT03289 (2) CT03290 (2) CT03291 (2)
                    Pantomime # 3 Unknown - actor : actor
           CT03269 (2) CT03270 (2) CT03271 (2) CT03295 (1) CT03296 (1)
           CT03297 (1) CT03298 (1) CT03299 (1) CT03300 (1) CT03301 (1)
                           CT03302 (2) CT03303 (2)
                  Pantomime # 4 Unknown - actress : actress
           CT03269 (1) CT03270 (1) CT03271 (1) CT03292 (1) CT03293 (1)
           CT03294 (1) CT03296 (2) CT03297 (2) CT03298 (2) CT03299 (2)
                CT03300 (2) CT03301 (2) CT03302 (1) CT03303 (1)
                     Performer Unknown : actor or actress
                           CT03283 (1) CT03283 (2)
                            Joanna Walton : actress
           CT03268 (1) CT03272 (2) CT03273 (2) CT03274 (1) CT03275 (1)
                                CT03276 (1)
                Joanna Walton - projected image # 1 : actress
                CT03272 (1) CT03277 (1) CT03278 (1) CT03279 (1)
                Joanna Walton - projected image # 2 : actress
                CT03272 (3) CT03277 (2) CT03278 (2) CT03279 (2)
      ____________________________________________________________________

"Three Plays by Tom Eyen" with The Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company

                              written and directed by Tom Eyen

                           Performances, at Playwrights Workshop

                                   From the flyer / poster.

  On the front are members of the repertory company in Washington Square Park. At the top is
                          Theatre of the Eye, while on the bottom is:
     Plays of Tom Eyen in Repertory / Sarah B. Divine! / Grand Tenement / November 22 /
Playwrights Workshop / 14 Waverly Place / Between Broadway and University Place / November
                 9 to December 3, except Mondays and Tuesdays / Reservations

                                     On the other side:

            'Ntoni Bastiano / Playwrights Workshop Incorporated proudly presents
                         The Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company
                                  in three plays by Tom Eyen

                     Sarah B. Divine! (Part I) with music by John Kramer
                              Grand Tenement (a documentary)
                          November 22nd (a television spectacular)

                                Theatre of the Eye Company
                           David Baker* John Kramer Bob Mooty
                         Lucy Silvay Kathleen Dabney* John Lawlor
                      Frank Phelan* Elizabeth Spender* William Duffy
                        Bobo LeGendre* Mark Russel Kim Stanley*
                        James D. Gossage Tarina Lewis Kikyuo Saito
                        Karole K. Stevenson Ellen Gurin Dan Mason
                          Jane Sanford Shirley Stoler* Betty Guyes
                       Kaye Michaels Dorothy Shearer Judy Van Hook
                       Helen Hanft* Monty Montgomery Carole Silon
                                      Carolyn Wiswell
                                   (*) currently on leave

                      Sarah B. Divine! November 9 - 12, 15 - 19 at 8:45
                                 (8:30 and 10:30 on the 11th)
                             Grand Tenement November 22 - 26
                               and November 29 - December 3
                                   November 22nd at 8:45

                          Playwrights Workshop / 14 Waverly Place
             (east of Washington Square) between Broadway and University Place
                                   Reservations suggested
       ____________________________________________________________________

 "Three Plays by Tom Eyen" with The Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company

                                    written by Tom Eyen

Photo Call, photographed 10/22/1967 at Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village, New York.

  CT 5119 through CT 5122 were taken across Washington Square East from the park, in front
  of a New York University building and just around the corner from Playwrights' Workshop,
                                       Incorporated.

                                   From the flyer / poster.

  On the front are members of the repertory company in Washington Square Park. At the top is
                          Theatre of the Eye, while on the bottom is:
     Plays of Tom Eyen in Repertory / Sarah B. Divine! / Grand Tenement / November 22 /
Playwrights Workshop / 14 Waverly Place / Between Broadway and University Place / November
                 9 to December 3, except Mondays and Tuesdays / Reservations

                                      On the other side:

             'Ntoni Bastiano / Playwrights Workshop Incorporated proudly presents
                          The Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company
                                   in three plays by Tom Eyen

                     Sarah B. Divine! (Part I) with music by John Kramer
                              Grand Tenement (a documentary)
                          November 22nd (a television spectacular)

                                 Theatre of the Eye Company
                            David Baker* John Kramer Bob Mooty
                          Lucy Silvay Kathleen Dabney* John Lawlor
                       Frank Phelan* Elizabeth Spender* William Duffy
                         Bobo LeGendre* Mark Russel Kim Stanley*
                         James D. Gossage Tarina Lewis Kikyuo Saito
                         Karole K. Stevenson Ellen Gurin Dan Mason
                           Jane Sanford Shirley Stoler* Betty Guyes
                        Kaye Michaels Dorothy Shearer Judy Van Hook
                        Helen Hanft* Monty Montgomery Carole Silon
                                       Carolyn Wiswell
                                    (*) currently on leave

                      Sarah B. Divine! November 9 - 12, 15 - 19 at 8:45
                                 (8:30 and 10:30 on the 11th)
                             Grand Tenement November 22 - 26
                               and November 29 - December 3
                                   November 22nd at 8:45

                          Playwrights Workshop / 14 Waverly Place
             (east of Washington Square) between Broadway and University Place
                          Reservations suggested

             William Griffin Duffy : actor, singer and dancer
      CT05103 (14) CT05104 (14) CT05105 (17) CT05106 (18) CT05107 (16)
                   CT05108 (17) CT05109 (13) CT05110 (9)
         Tom Eyen : playwright and director - Also Tom L. Eyen.
             CT05106 (3) CT05120 (1) CT05121 (10) CT05122 (9)
                                 Ellen Gurin :
      CT05103 (13) CT05104 (13) CT05105 (13) CT05106 (14) CT05107 (10)
       CT05108 (10) CT05109 (9) CT05110 (4) CT05119 (4) CT05120 (12)
                         CT05121 (9) CT05122 (5)
Jonathan Kramer : actor, musician, singer and composer - Sometimes John
                                    Kramer.
      CT05103 (10) CT05104 (10) CT05105 (9) CT05106 (11) CT05107 (14)
                  CT05108 (15) CT05109 (15) CT05110 (11)
                                Tarina Lewis :
      CT05103 (11) CT05104 (11) CT05105 (12) CT05106 (12) CT05107 (11)
                   CT05108 (11) CT05109 (10) CT05110 (5)
                   Dan Mason : actor, singer and dancer
        CT05103 (8) CT05104 (8) CT05105 (7) CT05106 (9) CT05107 (5)
                    CT05108 (5) CT05109 (6) CT05110 (3)
                          Kaye Michaels : actress
      CT05103 (16) CT05104 (16) CT05105 (14) CT05106 (15) CT05107 (18)
                  CT05108 (19) CT05109 (17) CT05110 (12)
                        Monty Montgomery : actor
      CT05103 (12) CT05104 (12) CT05105 (11) CT05106 (13) CT05107 (13)
      CT05108 (14) CT05109 (12) CT05110 (8) CT05119 (12) CT05120 (10)
                         CT05121 (5) CT05122 (6)
                              Bob Mooty : actor
             CT05119 (3) CT05120 (5) CT05121 (1) CT05122 (10)
                  Mark Russel : actor, singer and dancer
        CT05103 (7) CT05104 (7) CT05105 (6) CT05106 (7) CT05107 (9)
        CT05108 (7) CT05109 (8) CT05110 (6) CT05119 (2) CT05120 (11)
                        CT05121 (12) CT05122 (11)
                            Kikyuo Saito : artist
        CT05103 (3) CT05104 (3) CT05107 (1) CT05108 (1) CT05109 (2)
                                Jane Sanford :
      CT05103 (17) CT05104 (17) CT05105 (15) CT05106 (16) CT05107 (3)
        CT05108 (3) CT05109 (1) CT05119 (1) CT05120 (4) CT05121 (2)
                              CT05122 (12)
                             Dorothy Shearer :
        CT05103 (2) CT05104 (1) CT05105 (1) CT05106 (1) CT05107 (6)
        CT05108 (6) CT05109 (4) CT05119 (10) CT05120 (8) CT05121 (4)
                               CT05122 (8)
                                 Carole Silon :
        CT05103 (6) CT05104 (6) CT05105 (5) CT05106 (6) CT05107 (12)
       CT05108 (13) CT05109 (11) CT05119 (7) CT05120 (2) CT05121 (6)
                               CT05122 (7)
                                 Lucy Silvay :
        CT05103 (4) CT05104 (4) CT05105 (3) CT05106 (4) CT05107 (15)
                   CT05108 (16) CT05109 (14) CT05110 (7)
         Karole Kaye Stevenson : - Sometimes Kaye Stevenson.
        CT05103 (1) CT05104 (2) CT05105 (2) CT05106 (2) CT05107 (2)
        CT05108 (2) CT05109 (5) CT05119 (5) CT05120 (7) CT05121 (11)
                               CT05122 (4)
             Elsa Tresko : - Sometimes as Lady Elsa Tresko.
        CT05103 (15) CT05104 (15) CT05105 (16) CT05106 (17) CT05107 (17)
         CT05108 (18) CT05109 (16) CT05110 (10) CT05119 (6) CT05120 (3)
                           CT05121 (3) CT05122 (2)
            Stranger Unknown : reason for appearance is unknown
          CT05104 (18) CT05105 (8) CT05106 (8) CT05107 (7) CT05108 (9)
                     CT05108 (12) CT05119 (11) CT05119 (13)
                                 Judy Van Hook :
          CT05103 (9) CT05104 (9) CT05105 (10) CT05106 (10) CT05107 (4)
           CT05108 (4) CT05109 (3) CT05110 (2) CT05119 (9) CT05120 (9)
                           CT05121 (8) CT05122 (3)
                                Carolyn Wiswell :
           CT05103 (5) CT05104 (5) CT05105 (4) CT05106 (5) CT05107 (8)
           CT05108 (8) CT05109 (7) CT05110 (1) CT05119 (8) CT05120 (6)
                           CT05121 (7) CT05122 (1)
      ____________________________________________________________________

  "Three Plays by Tom Eyen" with The Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company

                                 written by Tom Eyen

              Photo Call, photographed 10/22/1967 at Playwrights Workshop.

'nTony Bastiano : producer and founder of Playwrights Workshop – also Anthony,
                                Tony and Bastiano.
                           CT05111 (20) CT05118 (20)
                 William Griffin Duffy : actor, singer and dancer
           CT05111 (7) CT05112 (7) CT05113 (7) CT05114 (7) CT05115 (11)
          CT05116 (11) CT05117 (11) CT05118 (7) CT05175 (2) CT05176 (2)
            CT05177 (2) CT05178 (2) CT05179 (2) CT05180 (2) CT05181 (2)
            CT05182 (2) CT05195 (2) CT05196 (2) CT05197 (2) CT05198 (2)
           CT05199 (2) CT05200 (2) CT05200A (2) CT05201 (2) CT05203 (2)
                            CT05204 (2) CT05205 (2)
             Tom Eyen : playwright and director - Also Tom L. Eyen.
          CT05111 (19) CT05112 (19) CT05113 (19) CT05115 (9) CT05116 (9)
                CT05117 (9) CT05118 (19) CT05143 (3) CT05202 (2)
                           Dorothy B. Farrell : actress
            CT05135 (1) CT05136 (1) CT05137 (1) CT05138 (1) CT05139 (1)
            CT05140 (1) CT05141 (1) CT05142 (1) CT05146 (2) CT05195 (1)
            CT05196 (1) CT05197 (1) CT05198 (1) CT05199 (1) CT05200 (1)
           CT05200A (1) CT05201 (1) CT05203 (1) CT05204 (1) CT05205 (1)
                                    Ellen Gurin :
            CT05111 (9) CT05112 (9) CT05113 (9) CT05114 (9) CT05115 (6)
                       CT05116 (6) CT05117 (6) CT05118 (9)
   Jonathan Kramer : actor, musician, singer and composer - Sometimes John
                                       Kramer.
         CT05111 (11) CT05112 (11) CT05113 (11) CT05114 (11) CT05115 (8)
                       CT05116 (8) CT05117 (8) CT05118 (11)
                                   Tarina Lewis :
           CT05111 (8) CT05112 (8) CT05113 (8) CT05114 (8) CT05115 (18)
                      CT05116 (18) CT05117 (18) CT05118 (8)
                      Dan Mason : actor, singer and dancer
         CT05111 (15) CT05112 (15) CT05113 (15) CT05114 (15) CT05115 (13)
          CT05116 (13) CT05117 (13) CT05118 (15) CT05135 (2) CT05136 (2)
            CT05137 (2) CT05138 (2) CT05139 (2) CT05140 (2) CT05141 (2)
                            CT05142 (2) CT05146 (1)
                             Kaye Michaels : actress
 CT05111 (3)   CT05112 (3) CT05113 (2) CT05114 (2) CT05115 (17)
 CT05116 (17)  CT05117 (17) CT05118 (3) CT05147 (1) CT05148 (1)
  CT05149 (1)  CT05150 (1) CT05151 (1) CT05152 (1) CT05153 (1)
  CT05154 (1)  CT05155 (1) CT05156 (1) CT05157 (1) CT05158 (1)
  CT05159 (1)  CT05160 (1) CT05161 (1) CT05162 (1) CT05163 (1)
  CT05164 (1)  CT05165 (1) CT05166 (1) CT05167 (1) CT05168 (1)
                   CT05169 (1) CT05170 (1)
                  Monty Montgomery : actor
  CT05111 (2) CT05112 (2) CT05113 (3) CT05114 (3) CT05115 (4)
  CT05116 (4) CT05117 (4) CT05118 (2) CT05171 (1) CT05172 (1)
  CT05173 (1) CT05174 (1) CT05206 (3) CT05207 (3) CT05208 (3)
                         CT05209 (3)
                        Bob Mooty : actor
  CT05147 (2) CT05148 (2) CT05149 (2) CT05150 (2) CT05151 (2)
  CT05152 (2) CT05153 (2) CT05154 (2) CT05155 (2) CT05156 (2)
  CT05157 (2) CT05158 (2) CT05159 (2) CT05160 (2) CT05161 (2)
  CT05162 (2) CT05163 (2) CT05164 (2) CT05165 (2) CT05166 (2)
        CT05167 (2) CT05168 (2) CT05169 (2) CT05170 (2)
            Mark Russel : actor, singer and dancer
  CT05111 (4) CT05112 (4) CT05113 (4) CT05114 (4) CT05115 (1)
              CT05116 (1) CT05117 (1) CT05118 (4)
                      Kikyuo Saito : artist
CT05111 (18) CT05112 (18) CT05113 (18) CT05114 (18) CT05115 (5)
             CT05116 (5) CT05117 (5) CT05118 (18)
                          Jane Sanford :
CT05111 (12) CT05112 (12) CT05113 (12) CT05114 (12) CT05115 (2)
  CT05116 (2) CT05117 (2) CT05118 (12) CT05206 (2) CT05207 (2)
                   CT05208 (2) CT05209 (2)
                        Dorothy Shearer :
CT05111 (13) CT05112 (13) CT05113 (13) CT05114 (13) CT05115 (16)
            CT05116 (16) CT05117 (16) CT05118 (13)
                           Carole Silon :
CT05111 (17) CT05112 (17) CT05113 (17) CT05114 (17) CT05115 (7)
  CT05116 (7) CT05117 (7) CT05118 (17) CT05175 (1) CT05176 (1)
  CT05177 (1) CT05178 (1) CT05179 (1) CT05180 (1) CT05181 (1)
  CT05182 (1) CT05206 (1) CT05207 (1) CT05208 (1) CT05209 (1)
                           Lucy Silvay :
CT05111 (10) CT05112 (10) CT05113 (10) CT05114 (10) CT05115 (14)
 CT05116 (14) CT05117 (14) CT05118 (10) CT05202 (1) CT05206 (4)
              CT05207 (4) CT05208 (4) CT05209 (4)
   Karole Kaye Stevenson : - Sometimes Kaye Stevenson.
CT05111 (16) CT05112 (16) CT05113 (16) CT05114 (16) CT05115 (12)
 CT05116 (12) CT05117 (12) CT05118 (16) CT05143 (1) CT05144 (1)
  CT05145 (1) CT05171 (2) CT05172 (2) CT05173 (2) CT05174 (2)
  CT05183 (1) CT05184 (1) CT05185 (1) CT05186 (1) CT05187 (1)
  CT05188 (1) CT05189 (1) CT05190 (1) CT05191 (1) CT05192 (1)
                   CT05193 (1) CT05194 (1)
       Elsa Tresko : - Sometimes as Lady Elsa Tresko.
CT05111 (14) CT05112 (14) CT05113 (14) CT05114 (14) CT05115 (10)
            CT05116 (10) CT05117 (10) CT05118 (14)
                         Judy Van Hook :
  CT05111 (5) CT05112 (5) CT05113 (5) CT05114 (5) CT05115 (15)
             CT05116 (15) CT05117 (15) CT05118 (5)
                     Wayne Wiener : actor
  CT05111 (1) CT05112 (1) CT05113 (1) CT05114 (1) CT05118 (1)
  CT05143 (2) CT05144 (2) CT05145 (2) CT05183 (2) CT05184 (2)
            CT05185 (2) CT05186 (2) CT05187 (2) CT05188 (2) CT05189 (2)
            CT05190 (2) CT05191 (2) CT05192 (2) CT05193 (2) CT05194 (2)
                                 Carolyn Wiswell :
            CT05111 (6) CT05112 (6) CT05113 (6) CT05114 (6) CT05115 (3)
                       CT05116 (3) CT05117 (3) CT05118 (6)
       ____________________________________________________________________

   "Three Plays by Tom Eyen" with The Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company

                                   written by Tom Eyen

            Photo Call, photographed 10/30/1967 at darkroom of James D. Gossage.

Jonathan Kramer : actor, musician, singer and composer - Sometimes John Kramer.

            CT05123 (1) CT05124 (1) CT05125 (1) CT05126 (1) CT05127 (1)
            CT05128 (1) CT05129 (1) CT05130 (1) CT05131 (1) CT05132 (1)
                            CT05133 (1) CT05134 (1)
             Karole Kaye Stevenson : - Sometimes Kaye Stevenson.
            CT05123 (2) CT05124 (2) CT05125 (2) CT05126 (2) CT05127 (2)
            CT05128 (2) CT05129 (2) CT05130 (2) CT05131 (2) CT05132 (2)
                            CT05133 (2) CT05134 (2)
       ____________________________________________________________________

   "Three Plays by Tom Eyen" with The Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company

                                   written by Tom Eyen

               Photo Call, photographed 11/26/1967 at Playwrights Workshop.

                 William Griffin Duffy : actor, singer and dancer
            CT05389 (7) CT05390 (7) CT05431 (1) CT05433 (1) CT05434 (1)
            CT05435 (7) CT05436 (3) CT05437 (3) CT05438 (1) CT05441 (7)
                                 CT05442 (7)
             Tom Eyen : playwright and director - Also Tom L. Eyen.
                                 CT05432 (1)
                                   Ellen Gurin :
            CT05383 (1) CT05384 (1) CT05387 (1) CT05388 (2) CT05431 (2)
            CT05432 (2) CT05435 (8) CT05438 (2) CT05439 (3) CT05440 (3)
                           CT05441 (8) CT05442 (8)
Jonathan Kramer : actor, musician, singer and composer - Sometimes John Kramer.

            CT05383 (2) CT05384 (2) CT05385 (1) CT05386 (1) CT05435 (4)
                 CT05436 (2) CT05437 (2) CT05441 (4) CT05442 (4)
                                   Tarina Lewis :
            CT05389 (1) CT05390 (1) CT05433 (2) CT05434 (2) CT05435 (9)
                            CT05441 (9) CT05442 (9)
                      Dan Mason : actor, singer and dancer
            CT05389 (3) CT05390 (3) CT05435 (1) CT05441 (1) CT05442 (1)
                      Mark Russel : actor, singer and dancer
            CT05389 (5) CT05390 (5) CT05431 (3) CT05432 (3) CT05435 (6)
                       CT05438 (3) CT05441 (6) CT05442 (6)
                                Dorothy Shearer :
            CT05389 (6) CT05390 (6) CT05435 (5) CT05439 (6) CT05440 (6)
                            CT05441 (5) CT05442 (5)
                                   Carole Silon :
         CT05387 (2) CT05388 (1) CT05393 (1) CT05394 (1) CT05439 (4)
              CT05440 (4) CT05491 (2) CT05492 (2) CT05493 (2)
                                 Lucy Silvay :
         CT05387 (4) CT05388 (4) CT05391 (2) CT05392 (2) CT05393 (3)
         CT05394 (3) CT05431 (4) CT05433 (3) CT05434 (3) CT05436 (1)
         CT05437 (1) CT05438 (4) CT05491 (1) CT05492 (1) CT05493 (1)
          Karole Kaye Stevenson : - Sometimes Kaye Stevenson.
         CT05391 (1) CT05392 (1) CT05393 (2) CT05394 (2) CT05439 (1)
                               CT05440 (1)
              Elsa Tresko : - Sometimes as Lady Elsa Tresko.
                         CT05389 (4) CT05390 (4)
                               Judy Van Hook :
         CT05389 (2) CT05390 (2) CT05435 (3) CT05439 (5) CT05440 (5)
                         CT05441 (3) CT05442 (3)
                              Carolyn Wiswell :
         CT05383 (3) CT05384 (3) CT05387 (3) CT05388 (3) CT05435 (2)
              CT05439 (2) CT05440 (2) CT05441 (2) CT05442 (2)
    ____________________________________________________________________

"Three Plays by Tom Eyen" with The Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company

                                 written by Tom Eyen

      Photo Call for cast photo, photographed 12/06/1967 at Playwrights Workshop.

              William Griffin Duffy : actor, singer and dancer
                    CT05727 (3) CT05728 (3) CT05729 (3)
                        Dorothy B. Farrell : actress
                    CT05727 (8) CT05728 (8) CT05729 (8)
Jonathan Kramer : actor, musician, singer and composer - Sometimes John
                                   Kramer.
                    CT05727 (4) CT05728 (4) CT05729 (4)
                   Dan Mason : actor, singer and dancer
                    CT05727 (7) CT05728 (7) CT05729 (7)
                          Kaye Michaels : actress
                    CT05727 (5) CT05728 (5) CT05729 (6)
                        Monty Montgomery : actor
                  CT05727 (10) CT05728 (10) CT05729 (10)
                              Bob Mooty : actor
                    CT05727 (1) CT05728 (1) CT05729 (1)
                               Jane Sanford :
                    CT05727 (2) CT05728 (2) CT05729 (2)
                                Carole Silon :
                    CT05727 (9) CT05728 (9) CT05729 (9)
                                Lucy Silvay :
                    CT05727 (6) CT05728 (6) CT05729 (5)
          Karole Kaye Stevenson : - Sometimes Kaye Stevenson.
                  CT05727 (12) CT05728 (12) CT05729 (12)
                           Wayne Wiener : actor
                  CT05727 (13) CT05728 (13) CT05729 (13)
                              Carolyn Wiswell :
                  CT05727 (11) CT05728 (11) CT05729 (11)
    ____________________________________________________________________
                                 "Three Symphonies"

                          Performances, at Judson Memorial Church.

                     Article from The Village Voice of January 28, 1965:

James Waring and Dance Company will perform new works in three concerts at Judson Memorial
      Church at 8:30 on the first three nights of February. The program consists of "Three
 Symphonies", with music by Richard Maxfield and "Musical Moments", music by John Herbert
  McDowell and others. The company consists of Toby Armour, Gary Gross, Deborah Lee and
              Thomas Garland, plus guest artists, and lighting is by John Dodd.

       An advertisement was published in the same issue on page 18 which contained the
                                         following:

                                          guest artists
   Arleen Passloff, David Vaughan, Valda Setterfield, David Gordon, Joanna Vischer, George
               Brecht, Al Carmines, Susan Kaufman, Clyde Herlitz, Linda Sidon.
                      Set for "Three Symphonies" by Geoffrey Heyworth.
                  Sculptured objects for "William Tell Overture" by Olen Orr.
               Additional costumes by Charles Stanley. Lighting by John Dodd.
               Monday February 1, Tuesday February 2, Wednesday February 3
      ____________________________________________________________________

                             "Three Thousand Red Ants"

                          Performances, at Judson Memorial Church.

             From an advertisement in The Village Voice of September 17, 1964:

                            The Judson Poets' Theater Presents
                 "The Hundred and First" by Kenneth Cameron is listed here.

                    "Three Thousand Red Ants" by Lawrence Ferlinghetti
                             Directed by Lawrence Sacharow

             "For Madeline Renaud" directed by Lawrence Kornfeld is listed here.

                        Friday September 18 - Monday September 21
                        Friday September 24 - Monday September 28
                                        8:30 P. M.
                    Judson Memorial Church 55 Washington Square South

     A review of this production by Michael Smith was published in The Village Voice of
    September 24, 1964. Mentioned in the review are Marvin Peisner and Gretel Cummings.
      ____________________________________________________________________

                        "Three Travelers Watch A Sunrise"

                            Performances, at New Bowery Theatre

              From an advertisement in The Village Voice of February 13, 1964.

                    The American Theatre For Poets, Incorporated presents
                         The New York Poets Theatre productions of
       "Loves Labor" By Frank O'Hara and "Murder Cake: by Diane Di Prima are listed here.

                     "Three Travelers Watch A Sunrise" By Wallace Stevens

                     Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays February 14, 15, 16
                        February 21, 22, 23 February 25, 29, March 1
                                        March 6, 7, 8
                                  At 8:30 PM Tickets $2.00
                           New Bowery Theatre 4 St. Marks Place
        ____________________________________________________________________

                             "Thunderbird Indian Dancers"

                    Performance, photographed 06/__/1966 at Cafe La Mama.

                                         Possibly May.


                             Magie Dominic : narrator
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               Stage set - "Thunderbird Dancers" : portrait of set
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               Thunderbird Indian Dancer # 1 Unknown : dancer
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               Thunderbird Indian Dancer # 2 Unknown : dancer
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         CTC00289 (3) CTC00291 (2) CTC00291 (2) CTC00293 (1) CTC00293 (3)
                           CTC00294 (1) CTC00294 (3)
               Thunderbird Indian Dancer # 3 Unknown : dancer
                                 CTC00285 (2)
                        Jeff Weiss : narrator - also Jeffrey
                     CTC00292 (1) CTC00293 (2) CTC00294 (2)

        ____________________________________________________________________

"Tom Eyen: November 28th, 1966 Special at Sheridan Square Playhouse" - rehearsal

                                      written by Tom Eyen

                      Rehearsal, photographed 11/21/1966 at Cafe La Mama.

       Taking place during the period of time that 'Neffertiti' was in production at Cafe La
     Mama. Performance of the Special was on a Monday night when the plays at the Sheridan
                             Square Playhouse were not scheduled.
             Tom Eyen : playwright - Also Tom L. Eyen.
     CT02148 (1) CT02149 (4) CT02151 (3) CT02152 (3) CT02153 (2)
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     CT02170 (4) CT02171 (2) CT02173 (1) CT02174 (1) CT02175 (1)
          CT02176 (4) CT02177 (1) CT02178 (1) CT02179 (2)
              Clark Gardner : actor, singer and dancer
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                           CT02173 (2)
                         Ron Link : director
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                     CT02150 (2) CT02151 (1)
                 Judy Loewe : production assistant
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             Warren Pincus : actor, singer and dancer
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            Richard Portnow : actor, singer and dancer
          CT02144 (4) CT02145 (4) CT02146 (5) CT02147 (5)
                           Renee Semes :
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                           CT02171 (1)
                            Carole Silon :
          CT02148 (4) CT02153 (5) CT02154 (5) CT02155 (4)
      Karole Kaye Stevenson : - Sometimes Kaye Stevenson.
                CT02148 (2) CT02153 (3) CT02154 (3)
      Ellen Stewart : producer and founder of Cafe La Mama
                CT02149 (3) CT02150 (3) CT02151 (2)
          Elsa Tresko : - Sometimes as Lady Elsa Tresko.
          CT02144 (6) CT02145 (6) CT02146 (7) CT02147 (7)
                       Actor Unknown : actor
          CT02144 (5) CT02145 (5) CT02146 (6) CT02147 (6)
                     Actress Unknown : actress
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                CT02146 (9) CT02147 (4) CT02147 (9)
               Performer Unknown : actor or actress
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                           CT02179 (1)
       Person Unknown : reason for appearance is unknown
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                           CT02175 (2)
     Technical Staff Member Unknown : production assistant
                     CT02146 (2) CT02147 (1)
              Barry Woloski : actor, singer and dancer
          CT02144 (2) CT02145 (2) CT02146 (3) CT02147 (2)
____________________________________________________________________
                               "Tom Paine"

                             written by Paul Foster

 Performance, photographed 05/03/1967 at theater in round area of Cafe La Mama.

             Photos were taken while standing on a service counter.

         Tom O'Horgan directed the La Mama Troupe in this production.

                           Seth Allen : actor
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     CT04300 (3)  CT04301 (3) CT04302 (6) CT04303 (4) CT04316 (5)
     CT04317 (5)  CT04318 (5) CT04333 (6) CT04334 (5) CT04339 (1)
                 CT04346 (1) CT04359 (2) CT04368 (1)
                          John Bakos : actor
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     CT04238 (1) CT04239 (1) CT04240 (1) CT04241 (3) CT04242 (3)
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     CT04337 (1) CT04338 (1) CT04351 (5) CT04353 (3) CT04355 (6)
                 CT04358 (7) CT04363 (1) CT04364 (1)
Mari-Claire Charba : actress - Sometimes Marie Clair or Marie-Clare.
     CT04225 (6) CT04226 (6) CT04227 (7) CT04231 (8) CT04248 (2)
     CT04256 (3) CT04257 (3) CT04261 (2) CT04262 (2) CT04263 (2)
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     CT04293 (5) CT04304 (4) CT04305 (2) CT04309 (1) CT04326 (4)
     CT04327 (4) CT04328 (6) CT04329 (4) CT04333 (2) CT04342 (1)
           CT04352 (4) CT04354 (2) CT04356 (1) CT04357 (1)
                          Peter Craig : actor
     CT04220 (9) CT04221 (8) CT04222 (9) CT04225 (3) CT04226 (3)
     CT04227 (8) CT04228 (7) CT04229 (7) CT04230 (7) CT04231 (5)
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     CT04255 (1) CT04269 (8) CT04292 (7) CT04293 (7) CT04294 (2)
     CT04295 (2) CT04297 (2) CT04298 (2) CT04299 (3) CT04300 (2)
     CT04301 (2) CT04302 (5) CT04303 (1) CT04304 (3) CT04305 (1)
     CT04315 (1) CT04316 (8) CT04317 (7) CT04318 (6) CT04321 (6)
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     CT04351 (4) CT04358 (5) CT04360 (2) CT04361 (2) CT04367 (4)
                         Jerry Cunliffe : actor
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     CT04275 (5) CT04292 (3) CT04293 (8) CT04294 (3) CT04295 (3)
     CT04296 (3) CT04297 (3) CT04298 (3) CT04299 (6) CT04300 (1)
     CT04301 (1) CT04302 (4) CT04303 (2) CT04304 (2) CT04311 (4)
     CT04317 (3) CT04347 (1) CT04351 (1) CT04358 (6) CT04360 (1)
                            CT04361 (1)
                   Blanche Dee : actress
CT04245 (8) CT04268 (2) CT04272 (3) CT04273 (1) CT04275 (2)
CT04304 (8) CT04305 (6) CT04306 (5) CT04307 (1) CT04308 (4)
CT04309 (6) CT04310 (4) CT04327 (1) CT04328 (4) CT04329 (5)
            CT04331 (2) CT04332 (3) CT04342 (2)
                 Shellie Feldman : actress
CT04245 (2) CT04248 (1) CT04269 (5) CT04271 (6) CT04272 (1)
CT04275 (6) CT04278 (1) CT04279 (1) CT04293 (3) CT04302 (2)
CT04307 (5) CT04311 (6) CT04320 (6) CT04331 (3) CT04332 (4)
     CT04356 (6) CT04357 (5) CT04367 (1) CT04368 (2)
                     Victor LiPari : actor
CT04221 (5) CT04222 (1) CT04223 (1) CT04244 (1) CT04245 (5)
CT04247 (2) CT04269 (7) CT04275 (3) CT04276 (2) CT04278 (3)
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CT04308 (6) CT04309 (7) CT04310 (7) CT04311 (3) CT04320 (8)
CT04341 (3) CT04347 (3) CT04348 (2) CT04349 (2) CT04356 (5)
            CT04357 (4) CT04358 (4) CT04224 (1)
                  Kevin O'Connor : actor
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CT04227 (3) CT04228 (4) CT04229 (3) CT04230 (4) CT04231 (2)
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CT04363 (2) CT04364 (2) CT04365 (1) CT04366 (2) CT04367 (2)
                 CT04368 (4) CT04369 (2)
             Mask People - "Tom Paine" : actor
CT04321 (2) CT04220 (5) CT04220 (8) CT04221 (1) CT04221 (7)
      Mask People - "Tom Paine" : actor or actress
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                       CT04322 (3)
           Mask People - "Tom Paine" : actress
            CT04220 (7) CT04229 (6) CT04231 (7)
             Mask People - "Tom Paine" : actor
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                CT04231 (6) CT04253 (2)
                   Beth Porter : actress
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CT04341 (4) CT04353 (1) CT04359 (3) CT04367 (6) CT04368 (6)
              Michael Warren Powell : actor
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CT04325 (6) CT04326 (6) CT04333 (1) CT04334 (1) CT04351 (2)
     CT04356 (3) CT04357 (3) CT04359 (1) CT04360 (3)
                 Marilyn Roberts : actress
CT04271 (4) CT04272 (2) CT04273 (3) CT04274 (2) CT04276 (3)
CT04277 (2) CT04279 (5) CT04292 (2) CT04293 (2) CT04299 (4)
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CT04328 (5) CT04329 (6) CT04331 (1) CT04332 (2) CT04333 (5)
CT04334 (4) CT04339 (5) CT04346 (5) CT04356 (4) CT04358 (8)
 Ellen Stewart : producer and founder of Cafe La Mama
                      CT04314 (2)
                Robert L. Thirkield : actor
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CT04270 (1) CT04271 (2) CT04275 (4) CT04276 (1) CT04281 (1)
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     CT04325 (1) CT04333 (4) CT04334 (3) CT04354 (1)
                  Actor Unknown : actor
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                CT04367 (5) CT04368 (3)
                Actress Unknown : actress
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                           CT04357 (6)
      Audience Unknown - female : member of the audience
                     CT04355 (2) CT04355 (4)
       Audience Unknown - male : member of the audience
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               Performer Unknown : actor or actress
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     CT04321 (4) CT04321 (5) CT04321 (7) CT04323 (1) CT04326 (1)
     CT04330 (2) CT04330 (4) CT04339 (3) CT04340 (2) CT04341 (1)
     CT04341 (2) CT04341 (5) CT04342 (7) CT04346 (3) CT04350 (2)
     CT04350 (3) CT04352 (2) CT04352 (3) CT04356 (7) CT04358 (1)
     CT04358 (2) CT04366 (1) CT04366 (3) CT04368 (5) CT04369 (1)
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Description: alphabetical list of plays and events depicted in negatives and transparencies donated to New York Public Library by James D. Gossage (James Gossage Collection).