Signals Through the Flames: The Story of the Living Theatre
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Signals Through the Flames: The Story of the Living Theatre
Signals Through the Flames is at once a history and a celebration of the Living Theatre. Founded in the late 1940s by husband-and-wife performers Julian Beck and Judith Malina, the Living Theatre was for many years the predominent American outlet for the avant-garde movement. There were occasional self-imposed exiles to Europe in the 1950s and 1960s, but the group returned full-force during the Aquarius Age to entertain a new generation of theatregoers. Appearing in several of the Living Theatre sketches featured herein is Maxine Harris, who coproduced Signals Through the Flames with Sheldon… More