Maxamoo Interviews Poet and Artist Magie Dominic about the Birthplace of Off-Off-Broadway Theatre
An interview with MAGIE DOMINIC, a poet, artist and memoirist who worked at the Caffe Cino in the 1960s. Dominic reminisces her first meeting with Joe Cino and talks about how the venue evolved from being a coffee house into becoming known as the birthplace of Off-Off-Broadway.
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