Mummery Documentary: Part 4 (video)
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|This is part 4 of the 4-part series, Mummery Documentary:|
part 1 | part 2 | part 3 | part 4
Total length: 50:23
(Parts all share the same title)
Poster: OrpheumTrilogy Post Date: February 11, 2012
||The First Room Theater Guild presents a one hour documentary on the making of the first full theater production of Adi Da's epic work, The Mummery, in January, 2000, at The Mountain Of Attention.
Appearances in this part
Adi Da Samraj (Playwright, Beloved Guru)
Peter Harvey-Wright (Producer, Actor)
Daniel Hebert (Director, Actor)
Ray Lynch (Composer)
James Steinberg (Author)
Documentary production staff
Terence Gross (Award-Winning Director, Videographer)
Roy Dixon (Producer)
Thomas Lefebvre (Production Consultant)
Ed Baker (Technical Support)
Corinne Farago (Sound)
Carmen Morrow (Camera Assistant)
Nick Elias (Additional Camera)
Robert Wessel (Additional Camera)
Chris Gilders (Editor)
"Beloved" is Beloved Adi Da.
Adi Da has since given "The Mummery" a new name: "The Mummery Book".
Length: 07:32 Views: 696 Views This Month: 37 Views This Week: 8
Event Date: January 2000
Mummery theater theatre
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