Ken Kesey Signed Twister Script And Signed Vhs In Kesey Hand Painted Box
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Subject: Ken Kesey's Twister - VHS box hand-painted and signed by Ken Kesey along with the Twister script which is also signed by Ken KeseyTwister VHS with case that is hand-painted and signed by Ken Kesey along with the Twister script which is also signed by Ken Kesey. Both are in the same condition as when I got them. No marks, tears or writing. Evidence of folding the script. ihave never watched the video. I believe Twister is the last major creative effort by Ken before his death in November, 2001. I bought these years ago from Ken’s son, Zane, at Key-Z Productions in Pleasant Hill, OR. Together, they are quite rare at this point. Here is the description of the Twister DVD from the Key-Z Productions website:TWISTER
A Musical Catastrophe
By Ken Kesey an the Merry Pranksters
In the mid 1990's Ken wrote a play to save the world a end of the millennium...really! He saw that people everywhere had grown apathetic and become merely audiences. What he created was an interactive “ritual reality”, bringing the Prankster/actors into the audience and asking the audience onto the stage. He planned to evoke chaos in order to quell the natural disasters coming at the end of the millennium. For a task as important as this he needed some big names...so the play is set in the land of OZ. Ken is the Wizard and he conjures up unwilling characters from log ago....Dorothy, the Tinman, Scarecow, Glenda...and soon they are confronted with unearthly characters such as Elvis, Legba and Frankenstein. The wizard leads the Dorothy along, learning new lessons with each character until the play unravels with bickering and battles as the chaos starts. Soon the disgusted cast demand that Kesey come down from his cloud and confront them. I won’t give away the surprise ending, that sends the whole building into a rock-n-roll party with Jambay providing the tunes and the audience becoming Merry Pranksters. This play was very important to Ken, as he poured his soul into it, taking it on tour, editing this video, even creating a club (L.O.S.T. Legion Of The Sufficiently Twisted) with secret handshake and ID cards. This video is now being offered again for a limited time, because Ken would want it that way! 2 hours 10 min.Starting price: $100
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