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To Be Young, Gifted and Black
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written by Lorraine Hansberry, 1930-1965 (1969); directed by Gene Frankel, 1923-2005 and James MacAllen, fl. 1957-1973; produced by James MacAllen, fl. 1957-1973, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York, NY and Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Cicely Tyson, 1933-, Rita Gardner, fl. 1961-2006, Gertrude Jeanette, 1914-, Bruce Hall, 1919-2002, Janet League, fl. 1964-1978, Tina Sattin, fl. 1969, Stephen Strimpell, 1937-2006, Dolores Sutton, 1927- and Bernard Ward, fl. 1969 (Creative Arts Television, 1969), 29 mins
"Excerpts from the current (1969) off-Broadway production at the Cherry Lane Theater of "To Be Young, Gifted and Black: The World of Lorraine Hansberry" adapted by Robert Nemiroff (Hansberry's widower) and directed by Gene Frankel. In the cast: Dolores Sutton, Bruce Hall, Bernard Ward, Janet League, Cicely Tyson,...
written by Lorraine Hansberry, 1930-1965 (1969); directed by Gene Frankel, 1923-2005 and James MacAllen, fl. 1957-1973; produced by James MacAllen, fl. 1957-1973, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York, NY and Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Cicely Tyson, 1933-, Rita Gardner, fl. 1961-2006, Gertrude Jeanette, 1914-, Bruce Hall, 1919-2002, Janet League, fl. 1964-1978, Tina Sattin, fl. 1969, Stephen Strimpell, 1937-2006, Dolores Sutton, 1927- and Bernard Ward, fl. 1969 (Creative Arts Television, 1969), 29 mins
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Sojourner Truth
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written by No Author Attribution; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Dan Gallagher, fl. 1963, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Paulene Myers, 1913-1996 and James Macandrew, 1906-1988 (Creative Arts Television, 1966), 29 mins
"Author and actress Paulene Myers in a one-woman show portraying Sojourner Truth, who was born a slave in the United States in 1797 and became an active abolitionist and feminist. 1966."
written by No Author Attribution; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Dan Gallagher, fl. 1963, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Paulene Myers, 1913-1996 and James Macandrew, 1906-1988 (Creative Arts Television, 1966), 29 mins
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