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Title
A. A. Leath and John Graham in "Apartment 6," 1965
Creator
Kranzler, Hank
Contributor
Cataloging, digitization, and access supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works
Date Created and/or Issued
1965
Contributing Institution
Museum of Performance and Design, Performing Arts Library
Collection
Anna Halprin Digital Archive
Rights Information
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Description
A. A. Leath and John Graham in "Apartment 6" in San Francisco. Initiated by John Graham, this piece used dialogue as its primary medium, with the movement impulses growing out of the verbal exchange. It drew on the real-life relationships between the performers, who had been working together for many years. (https://www.annahalprin.org/performances)
Type
image
Identifier
AH-0989
Subject
Halprin, Anna
Leath, A. A
Graham, John
Source
Anna Halprin Papers

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