Goat Island was a Chicago-based collaborative performance group, who made nine performances between 1987 and 2009. The Sea & Poison premiered in 1998, and the Reading Companion booklet was developed to complement the piece.
Contents: Introduction; Performance notes on devising movement sequences, by Goat Island; Thematic elements in the performance, by Goat Island; “37 Squared”, written response to the performance by CJ Mitchell.
Also included: 8-panel audience leaflet from the performance.
Goat Island Performance Group, 1998. 17 x 14cm, 24 pages.
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