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American Repertory Theatre 1985-86 Season a Robert Wilson's ALCESTIS based on a play by Euripides Prologue by Heiner MUller Epilogue by a Kyogen master a with music by ' Laurie Anderson THE PAJ CASEBOOK ALCESTIS From time to time PAJ willpublish a casebook oriented around the in-depth examination ofa unique theatre event. The PAJ Casebook will feature interviews with the creators of a special production, publication of textual documentation, illustration, and introductory materials. We are pleased to inaugurate this series with Alcestis, adapted, designed, and directed by Robert Wilson from the play by Euripides, with additional text by Heiner MUller, and epilogue music by Laurie Anderson. Alcestis opened in March, 1986 at the American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge. This casebook Is based on interviews taped by Elinor Fuchs, edited and adapted by Bonnie Marranca, with additional material taken from the playbill, and an interview with Wilson by Nina Mankin in the A.R.T. News. Adam Parfrey designed the casebook format. Adapted by Robert Wilson from a play by Euripides as translated by Dudley Fitts and Robert Fitzgerald With additional text by Heiner Muller Description of a Picture translated by Carl Weber and a Japanese Kyogen The Birdcatcher in Hell translated by Mark Oshima music by Laurie Anderson Conceived, directed, and designed by Robert Wilson Set Design by Tom Kamm and Robert Wilson Costumes by John Conklin Lighting by Jennifer Tipton and Robert Wilson Movement by Suzushi Hanayagi Audio Environment by Hans Peter Kuhn Assistant Director - Ann-Christin Rommen 79 ...


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