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36 pp.; 4to; photo-illustrated, stapled gray & white wrappers; black & white photographs; illustrations, drawings; text primarily in Dutch, some English. Only records are two copies listed in WorldCat, both in the Netherlands. Laid in is a newsletter for the Magic Theatre, in San Francisco announcing a two week performance of Perfidia, with descriptive text. Also laid in, a one page mimeograph "English translations, Studio Scarabee's Perfidia" which translates the 3 pages of Dutch text. Light soil to white back panel.
Studio Scarabee was a Dutch experimental theatre group originating in the Hague, 1965. The core founders were Adri Boon, Jan van As and Raf Thunnissen, whose aim was to form a new theatrical form utilizing multi-media, resulting in a series of productions that unfolded to the spectator like a peep-box full of tableaux vivants. In the words of Boon himself, "In the literary theater there is a certain tension that is determined by the text, by the given, by the way it is brought in. Our starting point is primarily a visual tension, similar to what happens in a painting or sculpture. We overtake the hierarchy of art disciplines through music, image , text, decor, movement and light and to treat the actors equally."
Categories: Performing Arts,
Publisher: Den Haag, Studio Scarabee: (c. 1979)
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Near Fine condition
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: 8406