The Rubin Andre Gregory
If you are interested in being on the stand-by list, you must arrive at the museum two (2) hours before the start of the program to place your name on the stand-by list. If there are tickets available at the start of the program the Front Desk staff will sell them to those on the stand-by list at the time, in the order the names were received. For more information contact (212) 620-5000.
"I just directed an extremely successful play in London. Two hours before the curtain went up, I discovered that my father, a Jew like myself, and his brother were economic spies for Hitler."
Andre Gregory is an American theater director and actor. During the 1960s and 1970s, Gregory directed a number of avant-garde productions developed through ensemble collaboration, the most famous of which was Alice (1970), based on Alice in Wonderland. In 1975 he directed Our Late Night, the first play produced by Wallace Shawn, which began a long working relationship between the two (He most recently directed Wallace Shawn's Grasses of a Thousand Colors at the Royal Court in London). Gregory would go on to travel in Poland on an invitation from Jerzy Grotowski. He developed a number of experimental theatrical events for private audiences, and then spent several years in a variety of esoteric spiritual communities (such as Findhorn) developing an interest in what could be called New Age beliefs.
Sylvester Wojtkowski, PhD, is a Jungian analyst and clinical psychologist in private practice in New York City. He received his doctorate from the New School for Social Research.
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Promotional support provided by the Pacifica Graduate Institute.
These programs are presented in association with the C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology.
All programs are subject to change.