Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
This documentary of The Living Theatre uses black-and-white with color photography to cover the story of the groups performance in Avignon, France in August of 1968. The legendary theater troupe uses innovative techniques and audience participation on stage while maintaining a communal lifestyle off the stage. The stories are always extoling the virtues of non-violence and resistance to government authority. The viewer gets an inside look at the performances and philosophy of the group as director William Berger is also a member.