Victor LiPari


"Victor Li Pari just completed an appearance at the Caffe Cino in Robert Heide's 'Moon'. He is a member of the original LaMama Repertory Company and a two year veteran of their European Tours. Last spring he appeared in 'Six from LaMama' at the Martinique Theatre. While in Europe this past season, he studied with the Italian director Eugenio Barba and performed in 'Boxiganga', the Tom O'Horgan film made in Denmark."

Cast bios for "Futz" (1967) [OBJ.1967.0134]
Two One-Act Plays By Gerald Schoenwolf (1965), Three New Plays Directed By Tom O'Horgan (1965), Girl On The BBC, The (1965), Lullaby For A Dying Man (1965), Six Plays From The '65-'66 European Tour (1966), Window (1966), Madonna In The Orchard, The (1966), Futz (1967a), Tom Paine (Part I) (1967), Futz (1967b), Melodrama Play (1968), Futz (1968), Changes (1968), "Chicago," "Futz" and "Melodrama" in St. Croix (1968), "Times Square," "Melodrama Play," And "Futz" (1967), "Hurrah for Bridge" and "Chicago" in Paris (1965), "Birdbath" and "Thank You, Miss Victoria" and "War" in Paris (1965), "America Hurrah" and "The Circus" and "Hurrah for the Bridge" in Copenhagen (1965), "Thank You, Miss Victoria" and "Birdbath" and "War" in Copenhagen (1965), "The Recluse" and "The Circle" and "Chicago" in Copenhagen (1965), "This is the Rill Speaking" and "Chicago" in Copenhagen (1966), "Birdbath" and "War" in Copenhagen (1966), "The Recluse" and "War" in Sweden (1966), "Pavane" and "Homo" in Zagreb (1966), "Pavane" and "Tattoo Parlor" in Copenhagen (1966), "The Hessian Corporal" and "Times Square" in Baltimore (1967), "Futz" and "Tom Paine" in Munich (1967), "Tom Paine" in Spoleto (1967), "Times Square," "Futz" and "Melodrama Play" in Copenhagen (1967), La MaMa Repertory Troupe at Mickery Theater (1967), La MaMa Repertory Troupe at Edinburgh International Festival (1967), La MaMa Repertory Troupe in London (1967), "Tom Paine" in London (1967), "Heimskringla" on National Educational Television (1969), "War," "This is the Rill Speaking" and "Homo" in Durham, UK (1966), 6 From La MaMa (1966)
La MaMa Films (1982)