Robert Wilson Performs John Cage's Lecture on Nothing
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“I have nothing to say, and I am saying it. And that is poetry,” John Cage wrote.
One of the most significant theater-makers in American history, Robert Wilson is revered as a creator of landmark original works, including the 1976 large-scale opera Einstein on the Beach with composer Philip Glass and choreographer Lucinda Childs, which comes to Los Angeles for the first time this October, presented by LA Opera in collaboration with CAP UCLA.
Wilson’s work with major U.S. and European theaters and opera houses includes Parsifal, The Magic Flute, Madame Butterfly and more. He is also an accomplished fine artist whose drawings, furniture designs and installations have been exhibited in museums and galleries internationally.