Quentin Crisp Memorial Recording 1908-1999 Three Tape Boxed Set

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Quentin Crisp Memorial Recording 1908-1999 Three Tape Boxed Set
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Quentin Crisp Memorail Recording 1908-1999 Set of Three Tapes: CASSETTE 1- (59 min.) Quentin Crisp Memorial: Hosted by Phillip Ward, Executor to the Quentin Crisp Estate. March 3, 2000 memorial celebration at Cooper Union in New York City honoring Crisp. Speakers: Elaine Goycoolea, Denise Pratt-Renner, Francis Ramsey, Penny Arcade, Louis Coallaieni, Evan Thompson, Joan Thompson, Stephen Sorrentino, Tim Fountain, Guy Kettlehack, Eric Bentley, Sylvia Miles, Ned Rorem, Richard Connolly, Tom Steele, Larry Ashmead, Chip Snell, and John Hurt. Additional music courtesy of Evan Lurie composed for the film "Homo Heights," co-staring Quentin Crisp; CASSETTE 2- (59 min.) Side A Voices of Pacifica: Holding Hands with Quentin Crisp, April 1999, interview with Brian DeShazor of Pacifica Radio Archives; Side B Excerpt 1978 performance of "An Evening with Quentin Crisp" recorded at London's Ambassador auditorium; CASSETTE 3 (30 min.) KPFK 1978 interview with Jessica Schuman. [More info.: Quentin Crisp Archives, 212-254-0508, or www.crisperanto.org or www.quentincrisp.org.] Produced for Pacifica Radio Archives by Brian DeShazor and Mark Torres. Winner of the NFCB Golden Reel Award 2001.

Date Recorded on: 
March 3, 2000
Date Broadcast on: 
July 3, 2000
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Los Angeles, Pacifica Radio Archive, 2001
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RESTRICTED. Permissions, licensing requests, Curriculum Initiative, Campus Campaign and all other inquiries should be directed to: Mark Torres, Archives Director, 800-735-0230, Mark@PacificaRadioArchives.org
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