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Alcoa Hour, Season 2, Episode 7, The Stingiest Man in Town
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written by Janice Torre, 1914-1985; directed by Daniel Petrie, 1920-2004; choreographed by John Heawood, 1920-1995; designed by Sophie Devine, 1901-1966; produced by Joel Spector, fl. 1945-1956; performed by Philippa Bevans, 1913-1968, Vic Damone, 1928-2018, Johnny Desmond, 1919-1985, Olive Dunbar, 1925-, Alice Frost, 1905-1998, Martyn Green, 1899-1975, John Heawood, 1920-1995, Bryan Herbert, 1894-, Keith Herrington, fl. 1953-1956, Dennis Kohler, fl. 1955-1960, Betty Madigan, fl. 1954-1956, Ian Martin, 1912-1981, Richard Morse, fl. 1956, Patrice Munsel, 1925-, Basil Rathbone, 1892-1967, Karyl Ann Traum, fl. 1956-1958, Robert Weede, 1903-1972, Karin Wolfe, 1944-, Carson Woods, fl. 1959-1960 and Robert Wright, fl. 1953-1958, in Alcoa Hour, Season 2, Episode 7 (New York, NY - Queens - Long Island City: Video Artists International, 2013, originally published 2013), 1 hour 20 mins

This 1956 performance of the play The Stingiest Man in Town was directed by Daniel Petrie and stars Basil Rathbone, Martyn Green, Vic Damone, and Patrice Munsel. The play by Janice Torre is a musical adaptation of the novel A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.

written by Janice Torre, 1914-1985; directed by Daniel Petrie, 1920-2004; choreographed by John Heawood, 1920-1995; designed by Sophie Devine, 1901-1966; produced by Joel Spector, fl. 1945-1956; performed by Philippa Bevans, 1913-1968, Vic Damone, 1928-2018, Johnny Desmond, 1919-1985, Olive Dunbar, 1925-, Alice Frost, 1905-1998, Martyn Green, 1899-1975, John Heawood, 1920-1995, Bryan Herbert, 1894-, Keith Herrington, fl. 1953-1956, Dennis Kohler, fl. 1955-1960, Betty Madigan, fl. 1954-1956, Ian Martin, 1912-1981, Richard Morse, fl. 1956, Patrice Munsel, 1925-, Basil Rathbone, 1892-1967, Karyl Ann Traum, fl. 1956-1958, Robert Weede, 1903-1972, Karin Wolfe, 1944-, Carson Woods, fl. 1959-1960 and Robert Wright, fl. 1953-1958, in Alcoa Hour, Season 2, Episode 7 (New York, NY - Queens - Long Island City: Video Artists International, 2013, originally published 2013), 1 hour 20 mins
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American Contemporary Theater, Mass Murder: Enter the Mind of a Serial Killer
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written by Jeff Nevers, fl. 2001, Jennifer Markowitz, fl. 2001, Brian Christopher, fl. 2001, Lisa Buscani, fl. 2001 and Larry Nimos Smith, fl. 2001; directed by Jeff Meyers, fl. 1994-2014; performed by Eric Mayer, fl. 2001, Chris Stack, fl. 1999-2015 and Kelly Hill, fl. 2001, in American Contemporary Theater (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2001), 1 hour 30 mins
An intense one-on-one encounter with a series of five serial murderers. Spend an intimate evening with the twentieth century's most notorious serial killers, including Ted Bundy, Richard Ramirez, and Aileen Wuornos.
written by Jeff Nevers, fl. 2001, Jennifer Markowitz, fl. 2001, Brian Christopher, fl. 2001, Lisa Buscani, fl. 2001 and Larry Nimos Smith, fl. 2001; directed by Jeff Meyers, fl. 1994-2014; performed by Eric Mayer, fl. 2001, Chris Stack, fl. 1999-2015 and Kelly Hill, fl. 2001, in American Contemporary Theater (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2001), 1 hour 30 mins
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American Contemporary Theater, The Haint: A Southern Gothic Ghost Story
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written by Troy Mink, fl. 2001-2008, Jeff Pozarski, fl. 2001 and Tom Fitzmacken, fl. 2001; directed by Jeff Meyers, fl. 1994-2014; produced by StageDirect; performed by Troy Mink, fl. 2001-2008, in American Contemporary Theater (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2001), 1 hour 49 mins
This one-man Southern Gothic ghost story features the 'phenomenally talented' Troy Mink (Seattle Weekly) playing 13 different characters - from a ghost-busting sheriff to a chain-smoking lesbian atheist - in the mythical haunted town of Midway, Tennessee.
written by Troy Mink, fl. 2001-2008, Jeff Pozarski, fl. 2001 and Tom Fitzmacken, fl. 2001; directed by Jeff Meyers, fl. 1994-2014; produced by StageDirect; performed by Troy Mink, fl. 2001-2008, in American Contemporary Theater (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2001), 1 hour 49 mins
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American Contemporary Theater, Jokes and Their Relation To The Unconscious: A Comedy to End All Comedy
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directed by Gregory S. Allen, fl. 2002; produced by Jeff Meyers, fl. 1994-2014, in American Contemporary Theater (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2002), 1 hour 29 mins
Chicago's Neo-Futurists, aided by fellow assassins Sigmund Freud and Uncle Miltie, attempt to kill comedy by explaining why it's funny which only makes it funnier. An intelligent examination of what makes people laugh and one that actually makes people laugh.
directed by Gregory S. Allen, fl. 2002; produced by Jeff Meyers, fl. 1994-2014, in American Contemporary Theater (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2002), 1 hour 29 mins
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American Contemporary Theater, Straight: A Conversion Comedy
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written by David Schmader, fl. 2002; directed by Jeff Meyers, fl. 1994-2014; designed by Jake Nelson, fl. 2002; performed by David Schmader, fl. 2002, in American Contemporary Theater (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2002), 2 hours 11 mins
Straight is a hilarious and subversive excursion into the world of conversion therapy, where gays and lesbians are reputedly 'cured' of their homosexuality and made 'straight.' Join acclaimed writer/performer David Schmader as he plunges into the heart of this dangerous territory. Schmader, a gay man, pulls no pun...
written by David Schmader, fl. 2002; directed by Jeff Meyers, fl. 1994-2014; designed by Jake Nelson, fl. 2002; performed by David Schmader, fl. 2002, in American Contemporary Theater (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2002), 2 hours 11 mins
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American Contemporary Theater, Poona: Fairy Tales for Grown-ups
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written by Jeff Goode, fl. 2002; directed by Angie Lawless, fl. 2002; performed by Laura Faye Smith, fl. 2006, Keith Cable, fl. 2011 and Ritah Parrish, fl. 2004, in American Contemporary Theater (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2003), 2 hours 1 mins
Contains mature language
These outrageous Fairy tales for Grown-ups are not for the easily offended! Follow Poona's twisted path to the Kingdom of Do (where no one did) and meet The Man Who Can Sell Anything, Suzy-Suzy Cyber-Assassin, Mr. Beer, space aliens and God (who will answer any question for five bucks).
written by Jeff Goode, fl. 2002; directed by Angie Lawless, fl. 2002; performed by Laura Faye Smith, fl. 2006, Keith Cable, fl. 2011 and Ritah Parrish, fl. 2004, in American Contemporary Theater (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2003), 2 hours 1 mins
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American Playwrights at Joseph Papp's Public Theater
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directed by John Musilli, 1936-1991; produced by John Musilli, 1936-1991, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1976), 28 mins
"An exploration of the goals and techniques of Joseph Papp's famous enterprise in New York City, The Public Theater, plus interviews with playwrights David Freeman, John Guare, and Myrna Lamb. Excerpts of their plays are seen as finished productions or works in progress. The plays highlighted are David Freeman's "...
directed by John Musilli, 1936-1991; produced by John Musilli, 1936-1991, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1976), 28 mins
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American Theater Conversations: The Actors Studio
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produced by Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1963), 27 mins
"Members of The Actors Studio and The Production Board of the Actors Studio Theater: Geraldine Page, Paul Newman, Frank Corsaro, Michael Wager, Rip Torn, and Fred Stewart discuss their training at The Actors Studio and goals for The Actors Studio Theater. 1963."
produced by Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1963), 27 mins
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The Andersonville Trial
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written by Saul Levitt, 1913- (1959); directed by George C. Scott, 1927-1999; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Hollywood Television Theater, Los Angeles, CA; performed by John Anderson, Jack Cassidy, 1927-1976, Richard Basehart, 1914-1984, Michael Burns, 1947-, Albert Salmi, 1928-1990, William Shatner, 1931-, Harry Townes, 1914-2001, Allan Hale, Jr., 1918-1990, Martin Sheen, 1940-, Buddy Ebsen, 1908-2003 and Cameron Mitchell, 1918-1994 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1970), 2 hours 25 mins
This is a performance of Saul Levitt's The Anderson Trial directed by George C. Scott.
written by Saul Levitt, 1913- (1959); directed by George C. Scott, 1927-1999; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Hollywood Television Theater, Los Angeles, CA; performed by John Anderson, Jack Cassidy, 1927-1976, Richard Basehart, 1914-1984, Michael Burns, 1947-, Albert Salmi, 1928-1990, William Shatner, 1931-, Harry Townes, 1914-2001, Allan Hale, Jr., 1918-1990, Martin Sheen, 1940-, Buddy Ebsen, 1908-2003 and Cameron Mitchell, 1918-1994 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1970), 2 hours 25 mins
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(Films For The Humanities & Sciences, 1991), 49 mins
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