Clipping: "On Making it Off Off Broadway"
This article offers an introduction to "Off Off Broadway" for New York Times readers. The tone is generally dismissive of the aims of Off-Off-Broadway, and suggests that Keating and the New York Times neither understand nor appreciate the work happening there. Features a discussion of Caffe Cino and La MaMa, and is accompanied by a photograph of Helen Hanft and Warren Pincus in "At the Corner of Popcorn Alley and the 21st of September Street."
Date published: April 25, 1965
photocopy on white paper
John Keating (author), New York Times (publisher), Lanford Wilson (quotes), Caffe Cino (describes), Ellen Stewart (describes), Theater Genesis (quotes), Judson Poets Theatre (describes), Donald L. Brooks (describes)
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