The Waldorf Conference

The Waldorf Conference

written by Nat Segaloff, Daniel M. Kimmel, 1955- and Arnie Reisman (1993); directed by John de Lancie, 1948-; performed by Ed Asner, 1929-, Sheldon 'Shelley' Berman, 1925-, Charles Durning, 1923-2012, David Ellenstein, John Kapelos, 1956-, Bill Macy, 1922-, Richard Masur, 1948-, George Murdock, 1930-, John Randolph, 1915-2004, Ron Rifkin, 1939-, William Schallert and John Schuck, 1940- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1993, originally published 1993), 1 hour 27 mins, 77 page(s)

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Field of Interest
Drama
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2012. Used by permission of L.A. Theatre Works.
Director
John de Lancie, 1948-
Content Type
Spoken word recording
Duration
1 hour 27 mins
Format
Audio
Sub Genre
Comedy
Label
L. A. Theatre Works
Original Publication Date
1993
Page Count
77
Performer
Ed Asner, 1929-, Sheldon 'Shelley' Berman, 1925-, Charles Durning, 1923-2012, David Ellenstein, John Kapelos, 1956-, Bill Macy, 1922-, Richard Masur, 1948-, George Murdock, 1930-, John Randolph, 1915-2004, Ron Rifkin, 1939-, William Schallert, John Schuck, 1940-
Playwright
Nat Segaloff, Daniel M. Kimmel, 1955-, Arnie Reisman
Publisher
L. A. Theatre Works
Place Published / Released
Los Angeles, CA
Date Recorded
1993-10-27
Release Date
1993
Setting
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, 1947
Subject
Drama, Theatre, Literature & Language, Music & Performing Arts, Comedy, American Theater, Modern Theater, Comédia, Comedia, Teatro Norte-Americano, Teatro Norteamericano, Teatro Moderno, James F. Byrnes, William Goetz, Spyros Skouras, Barney Balaban, Mendel Silberberg, Nicholas Schenck, Harry Cohn, Dore Schary, Albert Warner, Samuel Goldwyn, Louis B. Mayer, Eric Johnston
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Comédia, Comedia, Teatro Norte-Americano, Teatro Norteamericano, Teatro Moderno

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