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Meredith Monk (born New York, NY, November 20, 1942) is a composer, singer, director/choreographer and creator of new opera, music theater works, films, and installations. She pioneered what is now called "extended vocal technique" and "interdisciplinary performance." During a career that spans more than forty years she has been acclaimed by audiences and critics as a major creative force in the performing arts. In 1968, Monk founded the House Foundation for the Arts, a ...
West German immigrant Peter Schumann (1934-) founded the Bread and Puppet Theater in New York in 1961. Influenced by the peace movement in New York, Schumann wrote radical anti-war plays for his puppet theater. He incorporated religion and morality into the central anti-war theme of the plays. The Bread and Puppet Theater offered bread, baked by the group, to the audience at the beginning of every performance. Schumann declared that theater was as basic to life as bread, hence the nam...
Founded in 1959, theatrical group based in San Francisco. One of the oldest surviving radical theater groups in the U.S. Extensive documentation of San Francisco Mime Troupe's activities from the first ten years in substantial portion of collection. From the description of Archives, 1961-2000. (University of California, Davis). WorldCat record id: 47926865 ...
Historical Background Jerzy Grotowski, born in August 1933, was a Polish theatre director and a leading figure in avant garde theatre of the 20th century. He was also the innovator of the "theatre laboratory" and "poor theatre" concepts. In 1983, Grotowski was invited to the University of California, Irvine by Robert Cohen, where he began a course of work called "Objective Drama." This research focused on an investigation of the psychophysiol...
b. 1943; d. 1987. From the description of Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material. (Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)). WorldCat record id: 723155580 Adam Berger, artist. From the guide to the Adam Berger portraits of performing arts personalities, 1967-1976, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.) Charles Ludlam, actor, director, and playwright, was born April 12, 1943. He began his career in 1966 with the...
The Three Rivers Shakespeare Festival was co-sponsored by the City Theatre for its first two seasons and is run by the University of Pittsburgh's Department of Theatre Arts. The Festival has employed many well-known people, including: A. Favorini, who served as the Festival's director for many years; Gillette Elvgren, who was also director; and Ralph Allen, who premiered his "A Horse of a Different Color" at the Festival. From the description of Records, 1980...
American actress (motion pictures, television, and stage) and author. From the description of Pat Carroll collection, 1955-2003. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70973161 ...
Theater. Sponsored "lost cost" performances for Pittsburgh audiences of alternative or experimental theater and dance forms. Persons of note include: Jerzy Grotowski, Jerry Mayer, Charles Ludlam, Merdith Monk, Marty Arden, Joanne Akalaitis, Pat Carroll, Martha Chew, Ken Feit, Mario Fratti, John Harvey, Larry Kornfeld, Dan Lawrence, Linda Marcus, Richard Hughes, Ping Chong, Joe Pilato, Don Marinelli, Leon Katz, and Ron Wisniski. Theater companies of note include: Universa...