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March, 1982

A performance by Poets Overload Expeditionary Troupe at Hallwalls, 1982.A performance by Poets Overload Expeditionary Troupe at Hallwalls, 1982.

Hallwalls Calendar: March, 1982

Artists associated with this publication:
Gail Camhi, Poets Overload Expeditionary Troupe, Donald Baechler, Michael Sticht, Tim Duch, Christopher Engel, Tony Oursler, Michael Smith, Yura Adams, Michel Auder, Michael Zwack, Eric Bogosian, Mark Swierat, Marshall Reese


Some events connected to this publication:
March 5, 1982 - DONALD BAECHLER; TIM DUCH; CHRISTOPHER ENGEL; TONY OURSLER
March 5, 1982 - MICHAEL STICHT
March 8, 1982 - MICHAEL SMITH
March 9, 1982 - OPEN MEETING
March 11, 1982 - YURA ADAMS
March 13, 1982 - ARTHUR "Juini" BOOTH
March 15, 1982 - MICHEL AUDER
March 16, 1982 - MICHEL AUDER
March 18, 1982 - GAIL CAMHI
March 19, 1982 - MARK SWIERAT
March 23, 1982 - JUST TAPES
March 24, 1982 - FICTION DICTION:
March 26, 1982 - AFRICA
March 28, 1982 - FICTION DICTION



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