I found the folder with the Richard Hawkins drawing (my previous post) tucked away in the garage. As I put the drawing back, I saw an original Allan Kaprow score, given to me by my friend Diane. This was done for Barbara Smith back in 1986, Looking through the Kaprow archive (Box 76, C83) there's a cassette with the same name, which may or may not be related. Because the above might not be legible, I thought I'd re-type it below:
(For Barbara Smith)
- Two persons are matched, and will appear at an address at a certain time. They'll be directed to a room. On a table, lying on a plate, is some bread. On another plate are some dollar bills.
- Whoever takes the bread leaves the house and, by breaking the bread into tiny bits, drops a trail of crumbs to somewhere, and waits. Whoever takes the money waits ten minutes, then goes outside to follow the trail of breadcrumbs. While following the trail, the dollar bills are torn into tiny bits like the breadcrumbs, and are dropped along the way. The two persons meet if possible; but both will return to the house within exactly 45 minutes of their arrival.
- The two will be directed to a room. On a table are two plates as before, with bread and money on them, respectively. One person will give bread to the other. The other will give the money.
Note: There is usually no need for prior guidance in such pieces as this. But since I will not see the participants beforehand, one condition may be urged: notice everything! At 10:30 PM (crossed out) There will be a review and discussion. This is part of the piece.