Joanna Krakowska-Narożniak
When in December 1958 Joe Cino opened his place on a small side street of New York, he could not have imagined that, in a fifty‑square‑meter space, a radically new, alternative theater movement could be born, named “Off‑Off‑Broadway” almost immediately by journalists from The Village Voice. Even they, however, introducing a new section under this heading, could not have foreseen that Caffe Cino’s activity would become a turning point for queer performance and, to a...
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