Touch, The Generation Gap Musical

This dated abomination seems to have all but vanished from the annals of stage history, so far as googling can determine.

Enjoy the whole performance, thanks to the capacious memory of the Internet Archive.

     Posted By: Paul - Thu Sep 21, 2023
     Category: Music | Stereotypes and Cliches | Theater and Stage | Bohemians, Beatniks, Hippies and Slackers | 1970s

I still have an LP with the same title "Touch". It's an electronic composition by Morton Subotnick, and it's from 1969. I bought it in 1972 at a PX in Japan. It's an SQ quadraphonic recording, and I had a quadraphonic receiver that could play it at the time. My receiver could also play QS and CD-4 recordings, too.
Posted by Fritz on 09/21/23 at 06:30 AM
Edith O'Hara, associated with the off off Broadway production of "Touch" and The Plowright Players lived to be 103.
Posted by Teri on 09/22/23 at 12:44 AM
I want to see this, not just hear it, before I pass judgement.
Posted by Richard Bos on 09/23/23 at 07:03 AM
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