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  • Writer's pictureErma Duricko

Visionary Judith Malina

Updated: Aug 7, 2019

Thank you to the consummate artist, Casey Childs, for so graciously allowing me to share the primary stages off-broadway oral history project celebrating the visionaries who created New York's vibrant off- and off-off-broadway theater.

Judith Malina - we owe you so very much.

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