The Semblance of the Real
Devised and produced for the University of Natal, Department of Speech and Drama (Durban) in 1976. The play uses stage ritual, mime and choreographed movement to show 'the imaginary world behind real situations'. Livingstone (in Modern Stage Directions) says: "This short neo-Gothic work represents an experimental exploration of the uncoscious by means of the ancient kabbalistic sefirothic forms combined with endocrinology..."
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