Home Movies is a one-act musical written by Rosalyn Drexler, with lyrics by Drexler and music by Al Carmines. The musical ran Off-Off-Broadway in 1964 and won the Obie Award, Distinguished Plays and Best Music.
Home Movies ran from March 20, 1964 until March 30, 1964 at Al Carmines' Judson Poets' Theater, located at Judson Memorial Church in Greenwich Village. The outrageously bawdy spoof also ran in 1964 for 72 performances at the Off-Broadway Provincetown Playhouse. The cast included Al Carmines as Father Shenanigan, Sudie Bond as Vivienne, Fred Herko as Peter Peterouter, and Barbara Ann Teer as Violet. The show was produced by actor Orson Bean.
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