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    A Mammal's Notebook - The Erik Satie Cabaret

    Cabaret theater based on the life and work of Erik Satie (1866-1925), directed by John Bell, performed by Great Small Works, featuring pianist Margaret Leng Tan. The Erik Satie Cabaret features rarely heard music originally written for Rosicrucian ceremonies, as well as piano music and songs for "caf-concerts," and avant-garde theater, including music from now-lost English acrobatic vaudeville. The show includes Satie's drawings and his acerbic, prescient letters and speeches. Great Small Works performs the variety of avant-garde and every-day characters inhabiting this turn-of- the-century urban world of new life and new art, with wonderful puppet creations, songs, monologues, masks, and dance.

    Dates:  Dec. 20, 2001 - Dec. 30, 2001
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    Venue:  La Mama Experimental Theater, 74A East 4th St.
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