Time and Time Again

Notes

Article on the production Arbeit macht frei vom Toitland Europa (1991) by the Akko Theatre Centre, one of Israel’s leading experimental companies.

Artist / Author Heike Roms
Reference A0221
Date 1996
Journal Performance Research
Journal date Spring 1996
Journal page 59-62
Type Article

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