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Shakespeare Series, Othello
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by Franklin Melton, fl. 1981; designed by John Retsek, fl. 1969-2007, Dorothy Baca, fl. 1980-2008; produced by Jack Nakano, 1933-2009, Shakespeare Video Society; performed by William Marshall, 1924-2003, Ron Moody, 1924-2015, Jenny Agutter, 1952-, DeVeren Bookwalter, 1939-1987, Joel Asher, fl. 1981-2010, Leslie Paxton, fl. 1975-1986, Peter MacLean, 1936-2003, Jay Robinson, 1930-2013, Phillip Persons, fl. 1980-1994, Eugenia Wright, 1952-2011, Michael Hayward, fl. 1978-1983, John Bliss, 1930-2008, Arnold Markussen, fl. 1981-1989 and Lanny Broyles, 1949-, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1981, originally published 1622), 3 hours 1 mins
Shakespeares keen understanding of jealousy in love results in perhaps his greatest triumph as a stage play, and his prime example of the tragic hero Othello. Othello, a noble Moor has in his command lago, a lieutenant who is insanely jealous of Othellos success and higher rank. Othello elopes with his lover, Desd...
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by Franklin Melton, fl. 1981; designed by John Retsek, fl. 1969-2007, Dorothy Baca, fl. 1980-2008; produced by Jack Nakano, 1933-2009, Shakespeare Video Society; performed by William Marshall, 1924-2003, Ron Moody, 1924-2015, Jenny Agutter, 1952-, DeVeren Bookwalter, 1939-1987, Joel Asher, fl. 1981-2010, Leslie Paxton, fl. 1975-1986, Peter MacLean, 1936-2003, Jay Robinson, 1930-2013, Phillip Persons, fl. 1980-1994, Eugenia Wright, 1952-2011, Michael Hayward, fl. 1978-1983, John Bliss, 1930-2008, Arnold Markussen, fl. 1981-1989 and Lanny Broyles, 1949-, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1981, originally published 1622), 3 hours 1 mins
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Shakespeare Series, King Richard II
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by William Woodman, 1932-1995; designed by John Retsek, fl. 1969-2007, Dorothy Baca, fl. 1980-2008; produced by Jack Nakano, 1933-2009 and Jack Manning, 1916-2009, Santa Barbara Gazebo Theatre One and Bard Productions; performed by Paul Shenar, 1936-1989, Peter MacLean, 1936-2003, John Devlin, 1937-1985, Jeff Pomerantz, 1943-, John McLiam, 1918-1994, Logan Ramsey, 1921-2000, Nan Martin, 1927-2010, DeVeren Bookwalter, 1939-1987, Jay Robinson, 1930-2013, Nicholas Hammond, 1950-, William Bassett, 1935-, Charles Berendt, fl. 1983-1987, Lanny Broyles, 1949-, Matt Conley, fl. 1962-2002, Jay T. Loudenback, fl. 1982, Dan Mason, fl. 1971-2006, Drew Snyder, 1946-, Alvah Stanley, 1940-1996, David Birney, 1939-, Peter McIean, fl. 1982 and Mary-Joan Negro, 1951-, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1982, originally published 1597), 2 hours 42 mins
The tragedy of a self-centered weak King whose evil ways cause his own destruction. Richard II, a history based partially on ‘The Chronicles’ by English historian Raphael Holinshed, is the saga of King Richard and his self-defeat. The King not only has enemies to fend off in Ireland but makes an enemy of Bolin...
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by William Woodman, 1932-1995; designed by John Retsek, fl. 1969-2007, Dorothy Baca, fl. 1980-2008; produced by Jack Nakano, 1933-2009 and Jack Manning, 1916-2009, Santa Barbara Gazebo Theatre One and Bard Productions; performed by Paul Shenar, 1936-1989, Peter MacLean, 1936-2003, John Devlin, 1937-1985, Jeff Pomerantz, 1943-, John McLiam, 1918-1994, Logan Ramsey, 1921-2000, Nan Martin, 1927-2010, DeVeren Bookwalter, 1939-1987, Jay Robinson, 1930-2013, Nicholas Hammond, 1950-, William Bassett, 1935-, Charles Berendt, fl. 1983-1987, Lanny Broyles, 1949-, Matt Conley, fl. 1962-2002, Jay T. Loudenback, fl. 1982, Dan Mason, fl. 1971-2006, Drew Snyder, 1946-, Alvah Stanley, 1940-1996, David Birney, 1939-, Peter McIean, fl. 1982 and Mary-Joan Negro, 1951-, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1982, originally published 1597), 2 hours 42 mins
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Shakespeare Series, King Lear
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by Alan Cooke, 1926-1994; designed by John Retsek, fl. 1969-2007, David Baca, fl. 1982-2004; produced by Jack Nakano, 1933-2009, Shakespeare Video Society; performed by Mike Kellin, 1922-1983, Darryl Hickman, 1931-, Charles Aidman, 1925-1993, David Groh, 1939-2008, Gela Nash, 1953-, Kitty Winn, 1944-, Melora Marshall, fl. 1974-2000, Sam Anderson, 1945-, Carl Strano, fl. 1981-2001, Bart Braverman, 1946-, Brian Kerwin, 1949-, Joel Bailey, fl. 1988-2009, Daryl Anderson, 1951- and Vincent Caristi, 1948-1990, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1982, originally published 1608), 3 hours 2 mins
The renowned story of mistaken love, familial deceit and murder. Lear, the aging King of Britain, has chosen to lay aside the care of the kingship and divide his kingdom between his three daughters, Goneril, Regan and Cordelia. Goneril and Regan speak before the court with expressions of love while Cordelia says s...
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by Alan Cooke, 1926-1994; designed by John Retsek, fl. 1969-2007, David Baca, fl. 1982-2004; produced by Jack Nakano, 1933-2009, Shakespeare Video Society; performed by Mike Kellin, 1922-1983, Darryl Hickman, 1931-, Charles Aidman, 1925-1993, David Groh, 1939-2008, Gela Nash, 1953-, Kitty Winn, 1944-, Melora Marshall, fl. 1974-2000, Sam Anderson, 1945-, Carl Strano, fl. 1981-2001, Bart Braverman, 1946-, Brian Kerwin, 1949-, Joel Bailey, fl. 1988-2009, Daryl Anderson, 1951- and Vincent Caristi, 1948-1990, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1982, originally published 1608), 3 hours 2 mins
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Shakespeare Series, The Merry Wives Of Windsor
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by Jack Manning, 1916-2009; choreographed by Deborah Zall, fl. 1980; designed by Michael M. Bergfeld, 1949-2012, Neal San Teguns, fl. 1980-1994 and Terry Troutt, fl. 1980-1987; produced by R. Thad Taylor, 1925-2006, Shakespeare Society of America; performed by Phillip Persons, fl. 1980-1994, Eugene Brezany, 1945-, Richard Cordery, fl. 1971-2013, Lanny Broyles, 1949-, Leon Charles, 1915-1981, Lee Fishel, fl. 1980, Joel Asher, fl. 1981-2010, David Stifel, fl. 1980-2013, William Nye, 1955-, David Allen Brooks, 1947-, Matt W. Wills, fl. 1980, Lyle Stephen, fl. 1980-2006, Addison Randall, 1949-, Paul Aron Scott, fl. 1980, Lisa Barnes, fl. 1980-2013, Valerie Seelie-Snyder, 1968-, Gloria Grahame, 1923-1981, Lucinda Dooling, 1954-, Bert Hinchman, fl. 1978-2012 and Dixie Tymitz, fl. 1971-2002, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1980), 2 hours 20 mins
Shakespeares timeless comedy of lovers seductions, fanciful deceits and marital fidelity. Sir John Falstaff, a roguish seducer, plots to entice potentially unfaithful wives and then live off them. Falstaff writes identical love letters to both Mistress Page and Mistress Ford. Falstaffs intentions are discovered. T...
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by Jack Manning, 1916-2009; choreographed by Deborah Zall, fl. 1980; designed by Michael M. Bergfeld, 1949-2012, Neal San Teguns, fl. 1980-1994 and Terry Troutt, fl. 1980-1987; produced by R. Thad Taylor, 1925-2006, Shakespeare Society of America; performed by Phillip Persons, fl. 1980-1994, Eugene Brezany, 1945-, Richard Cordery, fl. 1971-2013, Lanny Broyles, 1949-, Leon Charles, 1915-1981, Lee Fishel, fl. 1980, Joel Asher, fl. 1981-2010, David Stifel, fl. 1980-2013, William Nye, 1955-, David Allen Brooks, 1947-, Matt W. Wills, fl. 1980, Lyle Stephen, fl. 1980-2006, Addison Randall, 1949-, Paul Aron Scott, fl. 1980, Lisa Barnes, fl. 1980-2013, Valerie Seelie-Snyder, 1968-, Gloria Grahame, 1923-1981, Lucinda Dooling, 1954-, Bert Hinchman, fl. 1978-2012 and Dixie Tymitz, fl. 1971-2002, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1980), 2 hours 20 mins
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Shakespeare Series, Macbeth
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman, fl. 1970-2013; designed by John Retsek, fl. 1969-2007, Dorothy Baca, fl. 1980-2008; produced by Jack Nakano, 1933-2009, Santa Barbara Gazebo Theatre One; performed by Jeremy Brett, 1933-1995, Piper Laurie, 1932-, Simon MacCorkindale, 1952-2010, Richard Alfieri, 1948-, Barry Primus, 1938-, Millie Perkins, 1938-, Alan Oppenheimer, 1930-, Franklyn Seales, 1952-1990, Jay Robinson, 1930-2013, Brad David, 1947-, Nomi Mitty, 1939-1994, Maria Mayenzet, fl. 1981-2013, Eugenia Wright, 1952-2011, Johnny Crawford, 1946-, Stanley Waxman, 1914-1998, Alan Mandell, fl. 1974-2010, Phillip Persons, fl. 1980-1994, Robert Aberdeen, 1962-, Fredric Cook, 1941-, Tim Prager, John Papais, fl. 1979-2001, Douglas Kaback, fl. 1981-1990, Julie Moss, fl. 1981, Gary Bisig, fl. 1977-2009, Daniel Fortus, 1953-1984, Jim Piper, fl. 1978-1990, Ron Asher, fl. 1981-1988, Michael Augenstein, fl. 1977-1981, Elliot Jaffe, 1970-, Jamie Bozian, fl. 1980-2012, David Hirokane, fl. 1976-2004 and Shawn Lieber, fl. 1981-1987, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1981), 2 hours 12 mins
The tragedy of a king so blinded by ambition and paranoia that he senselessly murders those in this path, eventually leading to his own demise. Macbeth and Banquo, victorious generals in the army of Duncan, King of Scotland, encounter three prophesying witches on their journey home from battle. Macbeth’s ambitio...
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman, fl. 1970-2013; designed by John Retsek, fl. 1969-2007, Dorothy Baca, fl. 1980-2008; produced by Jack Nakano, 1933-2009, Santa Barbara Gazebo Theatre One; performed by Jeremy Brett, 1933-1995, Piper Laurie, 1932-, Simon MacCorkindale, 1952-2010, Richard Alfieri, 1948-, Barry Primus, 1938-, Millie Perkins, 1938-, Alan Oppenheimer, 1930-, Franklyn Seales, 1952-1990, Jay Robinson, 1930-2013, Brad David, 1947-, Nomi Mitty, 1939-1994, Maria Mayenzet, fl. 1981-2013, Eugenia Wright, 1952-2011, Johnny Crawford, 1946-, Stanley Waxman, 1914-1998, Alan Mandell, fl. 1974-2010, Phillip Persons, fl. 1980-1994, Robert Aberdeen, 1962-, Fredric Cook, 1941-, Tim Prager, John Papais, fl. 1979-2001, Douglas Kaback, fl. 1981-1990, Julie Moss, fl. 1981, Gary Bisig, fl. 1977-2009, Daniel Fortus, 1953-1984, Jim Piper, fl. 1978-1990, Ron Asher, fl. 1981-1988, Michael Augenstein, fl. 1977-1981, Elliot Jaffe, 1970-, Jamie Bozian, fl. 1980-2012, David Hirokane, fl. 1976-2004 and Shawn Lieber, fl. 1981-1987, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1981), 2 hours 12 mins
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Shakespeare Series, The Taming of the Shrew
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by John Allison, fl. 1983; designed by John Retsek, fl. 1969-2007, Dorothy Baca, fl. 1980-2008; produced by Jack Nakano, 1933-2009, Bard Productions; performed by Karen Austin, 1955-, Franklyn Seales, 1952-1990, Bruce Davison, 1946-, Larry Drake, 1949-2016, Jeremy Lawrence, fl. 1977-2012, Kay E. Kuter, 1925-2003, Nathan Adler, fl. 1978-1993, David Chemel, fl. 1983-1991, Charles Berendt, fl. 1983-1987, Kathryn Johnson, fl. 1983, Jay Robinson, 1930-2013 and Bill Erwin, 1914-2010, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1983), 1 hour 55 mins
One of Shakespeares most popular plays, The Taming of the Shrew examines the comedy of courtship of a beautiful but sharp-tempered women and her persistent suitor. The story centers on two sisters and their suitors. Kathernia, the eldest daughter is very beautiful but sharp-tongued that no man showed interest. Bia...
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by John Allison, fl. 1983; designed by John Retsek, fl. 1969-2007, Dorothy Baca, fl. 1980-2008; produced by Jack Nakano, 1933-2009, Bard Productions; performed by Karen Austin, 1955-, Franklyn Seales, 1952-1990, Bruce Davison, 1946-, Larry Drake, 1949-2016, Jeremy Lawrence, fl. 1977-2012, Kay E. Kuter, 1925-2003, Nathan Adler, fl. 1978-1993, David Chemel, fl. 1983-1991, Charles Berendt, fl. 1983-1987, Kathryn Johnson, fl. 1983, Jay Robinson, 1930-2013 and Bill Erwin, 1914-2010, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1983), 1 hour 55 mins
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Shakespeare Series, Romeo and Juliet
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by William Woodman, 1932-1995; choreographed by Randy Allen, fl. 1982; designed by John Retsek, fl. 1969-2007, Dorothy Baca, fl. 1980-2008; produced by Jack Nakano, 1933-2009, Santa Barbara Gazebo Theatre One and Bard Productions; performed by William Bassett, 1935-, Marco Barricelli, fl. 1983-2006, Dan Mason, fl. 1971-2006, Peter MacLean, 1936-2003, Alex Hyde-White, 1959-, Dan Hamilton, 1945-, Fredric Lehne, 1959-, Norman Snow, 1950-, Alvah Stanley, 1940-1996, Jim Storm, 1943-, Michael Cummings, fl. 1981-2013, John Sanderford, 1952-, Terry Michos, 1953-, William Ian Gamble, fl. 1982-1987, Sander Johnson, 1951-, Kate FitzMaurice, fl. 1982-1984, Penelope Windust, 1945-, Esther Rolle, 1920-1998 and Blanche Baker, 1956-, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1982, originally published 1597), 2 hours 50 mins
Shakespeare’s tragic story of young love thwarted by a family feud. Two rival Veronese families, the Montagues and the Capulets, are warned that their constant brawls must end and that death threatens anyone who disturbs the peace. Romeo the Montague heir attends a masquerade dance at the home of the Capulets, R...
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by William Woodman, 1932-1995; choreographed by Randy Allen, fl. 1982; designed by John Retsek, fl. 1969-2007, Dorothy Baca, fl. 1980-2008; produced by Jack Nakano, 1933-2009, Santa Barbara Gazebo Theatre One and Bard Productions; performed by William Bassett, 1935-, Marco Barricelli, fl. 1983-2006, Dan Mason, fl. 1971-2006, Peter MacLean, 1936-2003, Alex Hyde-White, 1959-, Dan Hamilton, 1945-, Fredric Lehne, 1959-, Norman Snow, 1950-, Alvah Stanley, 1940-1996, Jim Storm, 1943-, Michael Cummings, fl. 1981-2013, John Sanderford, 1952-, Terry Michos, 1953-, William Ian Gamble, fl. 1982-1987, Sander Johnson, 1951-, Kate FitzMaurice, fl. 1982-1984, Penelope Windust, 1945-, Esther Rolle, 1920-1998 and Blanche Baker, 1956-, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1982, originally published 1597), 2 hours 50 mins
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Shakespeare Series, The Tempest
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by William Woodman, 1932-1995; designed by Donald Lee Harris, fl. 1983-2013, Noel Taylor, 1913-2010; produced by Ken Campbell, 1941-2008, Bard Productions; performed by Duane Black, 1955-2006, Edward Edwards, fl. 1974-2013, Roberta Farkas, fl. 1983-2015, Nicholas Hammond, 1950-, William Hootkins, 1948-2005, Kay E. Kuter, 1925-2003, Ron Palillo, 1949-2012, Ted Sorel, 1936-2010, J. E. Taylor, fl. 1983, Efrem, Jr. Zimbalist, 1918-, Hector Elias, 1941-, David Graf, 1950-2001, William Bassett, 1935-, Mark Pinter, 1950-, Callan White, 1953- and Gina Friedlander, fl. 1983, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1983, originally published 1623), 2 hours 8 mins
Shakespeare’s classic tale of the fantasy world of spirits, sorcery, monsters, maidens and shipwrecked scheming noblemen is brought to life. Feuding noblemen, embroiled in a world of spirits and sorcery, are forced to come to terms with their past when their children meet by chance and fall in love. A tempest of...
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by William Woodman, 1932-1995; designed by Donald Lee Harris, fl. 1983-2013, Noel Taylor, 1913-2010; produced by Ken Campbell, 1941-2008, Bard Productions; performed by Duane Black, 1955-2006, Edward Edwards, fl. 1974-2013, Roberta Farkas, fl. 1983-2015, Nicholas Hammond, 1950-, William Hootkins, 1948-2005, Kay E. Kuter, 1925-2003, Ron Palillo, 1949-2012, Ted Sorel, 1936-2010, J. E. Taylor, fl. 1983, Efrem, Jr. Zimbalist, 1918-, Hector Elias, 1941-, David Graf, 1950-2001, William Bassett, 1935-, Mark Pinter, 1950-, Callan White, 1953- and Gina Friedlander, fl. 1983, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1983, originally published 1623), 2 hours 8 mins
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Shakespeare Series, Antony and Cleopatra
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by Lawrence Carra, fl. 1950-1984; designed by Donald Lee Harris, fl. 1983-2013, Noel Taylor, 1913-2010; produced by Ken Campbell, 1941-2008, Bard Productions; performed by James Avery, 1948-, Sharon Barr, fl. 1973-1995, Michael Billington, 1941-2005, Earl Boen, 1945-, John Carradine, 1906-1988, Timothy Dalton, 1946-, John Devlin, 1937-1985, Ralph Drischell, 1927-, Tony Geary, 1947-, Anthony Holland, 1928-1988, Barrie Ingham, 1932-2015, Brian Kerwin, 1949-, Walter Koenig, 1936-, Dan Mason, fl. 1971-2006, Kim Miyori, 1951-, Nichelle Nichols, 1932-, Lynn Redgrave, 1943-2010, Earl Robinson, fl. 1977-1983, Tom Rosqui, 1928-1991, Ted Sorel, 1936-2010, Alvah Stanley, 1940-1996, Henry Sutton, 1926-2011, Claude Woolman, 1933-1989, Joseph R. Sicari, 1939- and Jack Gwillim, 1909-2001, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1983), 3 hours
Two of historys most famous lovers are caught between their consummate love for one another and the struggles for power amoung the rulers of the Roman world. At the time of this play. Mark Antony, Octavius Caesar adn M. Aemilius Lepidus are the members of the triumvirate that rule the Roman world. Mark Antony is c...
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by Lawrence Carra, fl. 1950-1984; designed by Donald Lee Harris, fl. 1983-2013, Noel Taylor, 1913-2010; produced by Ken Campbell, 1941-2008, Bard Productions; performed by James Avery, 1948-, Sharon Barr, fl. 1973-1995, Michael Billington, 1941-2005, Earl Boen, 1945-, John Carradine, 1906-1988, Timothy Dalton, 1946-, John Devlin, 1937-1985, Ralph Drischell, 1927-, Tony Geary, 1947-, Anthony Holland, 1928-1988, Barrie Ingham, 1932-2015, Brian Kerwin, 1949-, Walter Koenig, 1936-, Dan Mason, fl. 1971-2006, Kim Miyori, 1951-, Nichelle Nichols, 1932-, Lynn Redgrave, 1943-2010, Earl Robinson, fl. 1977-1983, Tom Rosqui, 1928-1991, Ted Sorel, 1936-2010, Alvah Stanley, 1940-1996, Henry Sutton, 1926-2011, Claude Woolman, 1933-1989, Joseph R. Sicari, 1939- and Jack Gwillim, 1909-2001, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1983), 3 hours
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