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The Caffe Cino

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The Caffe Cino#1
Posted: 12/27/07 at 2:23pm
My great aunt bought me Cast Out for Christmas and I'm reading an essay about the Caffe Cino, and what happened there in the 60s.

It sounds like a great experience and I wondered if anyone here was there.

The essay is written by Robert Patrick.
"Writing is like prostitution. First, you do it for love, then you do it for a few friends, and finally you do it for money." ~ Moliere
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re: The Caffe Cino#2
Posted: 12/27/07 at 3:15pm
Anyone?
"Writing is like prostitution. First, you do it for love, then you do it for a few friends, and finally you do it for money." ~ Moliere
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re: The Caffe Cino#2
Posted: 12/27/07 at 3:23pm
I didn't start going to Off Off Broadway till 1971 or so, but I saw lots of work by the Cino alums at La MaMa and the Circle Rep.
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re: The Caffe Cino#3
Posted: 12/27/07 at 3:58pm
Could something like that work in Las Vegas?
"Writing is like prostitution. First, you do it for love, then you do it for a few friends, and finally you do it for money." ~ Moliere