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Seven Corners Presents the Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater Chicago Launch Performance: A Recapitulation

Written & Performed by Daniel Borzutzky, Duriel E. Harris, John Keene, Jacob Saenz, Leila Wilson, & Tim Yu
by

Steve Halle

on 31 January 2012

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Transcript of Seven Corners Presents the Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater Chicago Launch Performance: A Recapitulation

PROLOGUE & DIRECTION The Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater Chicago Launch
Scenes By
Daniel Borzutzky, Duriel E. Harris, John Keene, Jacob Saenz, Leila Wilson, and Tim Yu
A Recapitulation for Seven Corners Edited by Steve Halle daniel borzutzky lorenzo thomas jacob saenz
& leila wilson
(after diane di prima) duriel e. harris john keene daniel borzutzky jacob saenz jacob saenz jacob saenz tim yu lorenzo thomas Editor's Note: The preceding scenes are a recapitulation of the Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater 1945–1985 (Kevin Killian and David Brazil, eds.) Chicago Launch performance held on December 5, 2010 at Oracle Theater, co-sponsored by Kenning Editions and Poetry Magazine. The edited screen performance in this presentation is meant to reflect the spirit of Poets Theater, a dramatic medium that is deliberately unrefined and unpolished. The poets had 48 hours to conceive, rehearse, and perform a program of Poets Theater. Special thanks to Patrick Durgin, editor of Kenning Editions, and the poets for allowing me access to their scenes. —SH
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