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Pinocchio - by Leon Katz (Adapter), Carlo Collodi (Author)


Pinocchio by Leon Katz (Adapter), Carlo Collodi (Author)

Noted writer Leon Katz, the champion of the present day commmedia dell'arte, has written a brand-new stage adaptation for children's theatre. Included are the costume sketches, the stage cues and even a few of the stage tricks used to bring not just Pinocchio but all of the play to real life in its acclaimed original American Children's Theatre production.



Available On:
Pinocchio on Paperback

Publisher: Applause Books

Released: 2001





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