My First Autograce Homeography (1973-1974)

Author: Julia Lee Barclay-Morton

My First Autograce Homeography (1973-1974)

Description: A cut-up of memories, personal, political, traumatic, funny and absurd from a childhood in the weirdness that was 1973-1974 in America (Watergate, Patty Hearst, The 6 Million Dollar Man, experimental dance, The Living Theatre, unhinged caretakers and All Those Solo Albums).
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2014
Date Added: 12/3/2014
Content Advisory:
1 Act, 90 Minutes
3 Females, 3 Males

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Keywords: Art and Artists · Child Abuse · Comedy · Drug Use and Abuse · Dysfunctional Families · Expressionism · God · Grief and Mourning · Hell · Historical · Literature and Writing · Meta · Non-traditional/Non-narrative/Experimental/Post-dramatic · Nuns and Priests · Philosophy · Politics · Pop Culture · Postmodern · Religion and Spirituality · Requires/Supports Sophisticated Multimedia/Technical Elements · Sickness and Mental Illness · Surrealism/Absurdism · The Theatre · True Stories · Violence · War · Women

Original Production Information

My First Autograce Homeography was presented at November 2014 at The Brick (NYC), produced by Gemini CollisionWorks with the following cast and crew:

John Amir
David Arthur Bachrach
Olivia Baseman
Derrick Peterson
Alyssa Simon
Stephanie Willing

Directed & Designed by: Ian W. Hill
Assisted by: Berit Johnson

Icon photo by Mark Veltman, features Stephanie Willing