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microcephalic, audiation, escapade, astroparticle, n.

It was Kermit Hackensack who had found it, the perfect location, through a pin-headed property agent, a Magyar he had known for two decades, Micro Cephalic, who was also a patient of Dr Freud, being blessed as he was with the gift, or curse, depending on your point-of-view, of audiation and heard complete operas, full symphonies, as well as waltzes and mazurkas entirely within his head without the need of musicians in the room – a small block, containing a 250-seat theatre complete with rehearsal rooms and all the other facilities that Cabaret Voltaire needed; a print-shop at street level with two floors of offices above which would accommodate Hackensack's Syndicated News Agency with the added bonus of in-house production of it's own Newsletter, the one thing his Vienna operation had lacked; there was a unit with several large rooms, a former Ladies' Outfitters, which would make a good Art Gallery and Dealer and showcase the work of the growing number of artists working alongside Dada in the Cabaret; a bookshop – once it was cleared of the religious tracts, bibles and Lives of the Martyrs and Saints currently stocked – for Avant Garde poetry, politics and philosophy, the work of young Tristan Tzara and the other talents scribbling feverishly in the background churning out scripts and sketches, songs and ballads, one- two and three-act plays, musicals and comic operas – like Tzara's own Escapades of Monsieur Parapluie and Lionel Bart and Irving Berlin's Little Dorrit's White Christmas written on the trainthe cornucopia of words which poured from the nibs of their forever dashing pens; and on the upper floors, above the work-spaces, dozens of rooms which could become home to those working in their co-operatives who didn't mind sleeping over the shop – with the bonus that they would be rent-free! - astroparticles, as photographer Man Ray christened them in his I am an Atomic Ray Particle which united science, performance poetry, the Philosophy of the Absurd with moving-pictures.

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