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This world premiere movement-theatre composition by Charles L. Mee filters the voices of Proust, Ginsberg, and others into a powerful testament of our collective human need to remember and represent life's passing. Gone spins the dreams and recollections of our most intimate collective memories into a moving physical theatre work of subtle emotion and haunting beauty. The piece was written for his long-time patron Richard Fisher, who died in 2004.

Show Details

  • Dates:Closed on
  • Location:59E59 Theaters, Off-Off-Broadway

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