Mabou Mines Archive 1966-2000 (bulk 1970-1995)


Mabou Mines Archive 1966-2000 (bulk 1970-1995)

Beginning in 1970 Mabou Mines helped revolutionize experimental theatre in the United States and contributed to an international movement in avant-garde, postmodern theatre. The Mabou Mines create multi-media performances utilizing both existing texts and building performances utilizing a pastiche style that draws on a variety of sources. The materials in the collection document this creative process and the administrative functions necessary to maintain and promote the company.

160.0 linear feet; (158 boxes)

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