ONLINE ISSUE
no. 5

A Partial Index of the
American Theatre for Poets, Inc.
1961–1965

Event Staff
February-March 1965
One-Act Plays by American Poets
East End Theatre
Ronald Curtis (Carpenter)
Larry Friedman (Stage Crew)
Will Guy (Stage Crew)
Joanna Schielke (House Manager)
John Dodd (Lighting Designer)
Frank di Giovanni (Costume Designer)
Joe Forn (Stage Manager)
John Palmer (Technical Director)
Jonathan Torrey (Electrician)

Smith, Michael. "Theatre: American Theatre for Poets,"Village Voice, Feb 25, 1965. http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=JwBOAAAAIBAJ&sjid=54sDAAAAIBAJ&pg=5...

Program, One-Act Plays by American Poets, 1965
Program, One-Act Plays by American Poets, 1965
Program, One-Act Plays by American Poets, 1965
Program, One-Act Plays by American Poets, 1965
Program, One-Act Plays by American Poets, 1965
Program, One-Act Plays by American Poets, 1965
Flyer, Spring Program, 1965
Performances Participants
Cafe Espressivo (Opera)

http://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/data/50275466
http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1299&dat=19650218&id=JgBOAAAAIBAJ&...

David Walker (Composer)
Al Hansen (Director, Set Designer)
Donald Jennings (Conductor)
Ted Hunter (Story Consultant)
Al Novikoff (Actor: Beggar)
Muriel Westlake (Actor: Miss Lady)
Oliver Dixon (Actor: Waiter)
Barbara Greer (Actor: Chick)
Leslie Kaplan (Actor: Bride)
Allan Montaine (Actor: Groom)
Gretel Cummings (Actor: Ritchbitch)
Beatrice Winner (Actor: Daughter)
Sam Wilson (Actor: Father)
Andrew Roman (Actor: Dashing)
Kay Preston (Actor: Mother)
Karen Verwoert (Actor: Child)
Peter De Maio (Actor: Muscles)
Port (A Murder in One Act) (Play)

Scene titles included in program. Statement by Barbara Guest in program, dated 11 February 1934.

Barbara Guest (Playwright)
Alan Marlowe (Director)
Robert Dash (Set Designer)
Albert M. Fine (Composer)
Frank di Giovanni (Costume Design)
Christopher Downing (Actor: Inspector)
Allan Montaine (Actor: Assistant)
Jennifer Newberry (Actor: Heroine)
Robert King (Actor: Hero)
John Toland (Actor: Lord Puy)
Oliver Dixon (Actor: Servant)
Lyn Fallon (Actor: Voice One)
Kay Preston (Actor: Voice Two)
Leslie Kaplan (Actor: Voice Three)
Rochelle Shaw (Actor: Voice Four)
Laura May Lewis (Actor: Voice Five)
Bettina Ferry (Actor: Voice Six)
Oklahoma Danger Remark or, A Luncheon Date with the Torpedos of Fu Manchu (A Musical Evocation of Florence Nightingale and her era) (Play)

Movements included in program. In program: a quotation from The New York Times Magazine, 4 October 1964, p. 58. In program: "Musique Concrete and Chance Theatre," an essay by Camille Gordon, 1965.

John Herbert McDowell (Composer, Librettist, Actor: Doctor)
Arthur Williams (Librettist, Actor: Cowboy, Doctor)
James Waring (Librettist, Director, Actor: Cowboy)
Joanna Vischer (Librettist, Actor: Louella Beethoven)
Joanna Schielke (Librettist)
Jerry Benjamin (Librettist)
Alan Marlowe (Lighting Designer)
Al Hansen (Props)
Gretel Cummings (Actor: Louella Beethoven)
Benita Spieler (Harpist)
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