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The Resource Alice in Wonderland: : the forming of a company and the making of a play., [The play created, performed, and written by the Manhattan Project, Gerry Bamman and others, under the direction of Andre Gregory; the text edited by Doon Arbus from a series of taped conversations recorded between Jan. 11 and Sept. 4, 1971; the photos. taken by Richard Avedon in his studio between Nov. 1970 and Apr. 1971

Alice in Wonderland: : the forming of a company and the making of a play., [The play created, performed, and written by the Manhattan Project, Gerry Bamman and others, under the direction of Andre Gregory; the text edited by Doon Arbus from a series of taped conversations recorded between Jan. 11 and Sept. 4, 1971; the photos. taken by Richard Avedon in his studio between Nov. 1970 and Apr. 1971

Label
Alice in Wonderland: : the forming of a company and the making of a play.
Title
Alice in Wonderland:
Title remainder
the forming of a company and the making of a play.
Statement of responsibility
[The play created, performed, and written by the Manhattan Project, Gerry Bamman and others, under the direction of Andre Gregory; the text edited by Doon Arbus from a series of taped conversations recorded between Jan. 11 and Sept. 4, 1971; the photos. taken by Richard Avedon in his studio between Nov. 1970 and Apr. 1971
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
792.9
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
PN2297.M28
LC item number
M3 1973
Literary form
non fiction
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Manhattan Project (Theater Company)
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  • 1832-1898
  • 1832-1898
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  • Gregory, André
  • Arbus, Doon
  • Avedon, Richard
  • Carroll, Lewis
  • Carroll, Lewis
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  • Manhattan Project (Theater Company)
  • Alice
Label
Alice in Wonderland: : the forming of a company and the making of a play., [The play created, performed, and written by the Manhattan Project, Gerry Bamman and others, under the direction of Andre Gregory; the text edited by Doon Arbus from a series of taped conversations recorded between Jan. 11 and Sept. 4, 1971; the photos. taken by Richard Avedon in his studio between Nov. 1970 and Apr. 1971
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "The play ... based on Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Through the looking glass."
  • Text of the play: p. [124]-164
Contents
The text / edited by Doon Arbus from a series of taped conversations with each of the seven members of the Manhattan Project, recorded between January 11 and September 4, 1971. It is a collective account of the forming of a company, the way Alice in Wonderland was chosen, and how it was made into a play -- The photographs / taken by Richard Avedon in his studio in a series of twelve sittings between November 1970 and April 1971, interpreting moments from the finished production. They are divided into the following scenes : The Jabberwocky ; The fall ; Alice and Lewis ; The mouse's story ; The caucus race ; The caterpillar ; Pig and pepper ; The mad tea party ; The Red Queen's croquet game ; The White Queen ; Humpty Dumpty ; The White Knight ; The backwards fall ; The end -- The play / created by Gerry Bamman, Tom Costello, Andre Gregory, Saskia Noordhoek Hegt, Jerry Mayer, Angel Pietropinto, and Larry Pine, based on Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. It was developed during two years of rehearsals at the New York University School of the Arts and in performances at Brecht West, New Brunswick, New Jersey, Syracuse University, The Loft Theater in New York City, and Harvard University's Loeb Drama Center. The play opened in New York at the Extension on October 5, 1970, and has subsequently been performed at the Holland, Spoleto, Shiraz, Berlin, Paris and Edinburgh Festivals and at the Performing Garage in New York. -- The Plastiques / details of an exercise originally developed by Jerzy Grotowski and the Polish Laboratory Theater, and freely interpreted by the Manhattan Project as part of the actor's training
Control code
ocm00649296
Dimensions
24 x 28 cm.
Extent
165 p.
Isbn
9780883060018
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Lccn
72098394
Other physical details
illus.
System control number
(OCoLC)00649296
Label
Alice in Wonderland: : the forming of a company and the making of a play., [The play created, performed, and written by the Manhattan Project, Gerry Bamman and others, under the direction of Andre Gregory; the text edited by Doon Arbus from a series of taped conversations recorded between Jan. 11 and Sept. 4, 1971; the photos. taken by Richard Avedon in his studio between Nov. 1970 and Apr. 1971
Publication
Note
  • "The play ... based on Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Through the looking glass."
  • Text of the play: p. [124]-164
Contents
The text / edited by Doon Arbus from a series of taped conversations with each of the seven members of the Manhattan Project, recorded between January 11 and September 4, 1971. It is a collective account of the forming of a company, the way Alice in Wonderland was chosen, and how it was made into a play -- The photographs / taken by Richard Avedon in his studio in a series of twelve sittings between November 1970 and April 1971, interpreting moments from the finished production. They are divided into the following scenes : The Jabberwocky ; The fall ; Alice and Lewis ; The mouse's story ; The caucus race ; The caterpillar ; Pig and pepper ; The mad tea party ; The Red Queen's croquet game ; The White Queen ; Humpty Dumpty ; The White Knight ; The backwards fall ; The end -- The play / created by Gerry Bamman, Tom Costello, Andre Gregory, Saskia Noordhoek Hegt, Jerry Mayer, Angel Pietropinto, and Larry Pine, based on Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. It was developed during two years of rehearsals at the New York University School of the Arts and in performances at Brecht West, New Brunswick, New Jersey, Syracuse University, The Loft Theater in New York City, and Harvard University's Loeb Drama Center. The play opened in New York at the Extension on October 5, 1970, and has subsequently been performed at the Holland, Spoleto, Shiraz, Berlin, Paris and Edinburgh Festivals and at the Performing Garage in New York. -- The Plastiques / details of an exercise originally developed by Jerzy Grotowski and the Polish Laboratory Theater, and freely interpreted by the Manhattan Project as part of the actor's training
Control code
ocm00649296
Dimensions
24 x 28 cm.
Extent
165 p.
Isbn
9780883060018
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Lccn
72098394
Other physical details
illus.
System control number
(OCoLC)00649296

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