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From: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host3/3/02 5:56 AM 
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Perhaps someday a film will be done incoporating my film elements into a feature length movie of the Cafe' au Go Go.  A tale of beginning weaving its way through the chaos of the Greenwich Village of the 60's and its influence on contemporary times as we know them today in every area of creative thought. 

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From: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host3/3/02 6:31 AM 
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Most notable were the Theater pieces presented at the Cafe' au Go Go such as:

The Living Theater

The Moke Eaters

Collision Course

The Third Ear

Legend of Charlie Parker

The New Faces

We're Only In It For the Money (The Mothers)

Yoko Ono's Fluxus

Elaine May Improvisation Troupe

The Trial of Lenny Bruce

The Populace

Speak Out


The Lily Tomlin Mime Theater

The Grand Gignol From Paris

The Believers

The Premise

Andy Warhol Blue Boy

The Tim Buckley Review

Breakfast n' Jazz

Drums of Passion (Olatunji)

The Cafe' au Go Go was a theater cabaret noted for its theatrical events some of which ran for several months.  The Monday Night Happenings played for two years with several well known guest producers.  The lighting and sound system rivaled that of any off-broadway theater which drew to the venue some of the most influential playwrites and actors of the period.  Elaine May, Vaughn Meader, Lily Tomlin, Louis St Louis, Severan Darden, Rene Taylor, John Claude Italie, Isreal Horowitz, Timothy Leary and Ram Das, Bob Downey, Sr., Andy Warhol, Louise Lasser, Woody Allen, Mike Nichols, Oscar Brown, Jr., The Faces of Brown, Julian Beck & Judith Malina, Mel Clay, George Carlin, Lenny Bruce, Mort Sahl, Richie Pryor, plus Dozens more who went on to produce and direct for film and television.  I had a unique and wonderful experience to Co-Produce with all these extrodinary artists in a creative period of New York's History.  It took hundreds of people to mount those special events over the years and each one was as memorable as the other.


Edited 3/3/02 6:54:12 AM ET by solomoney

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