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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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The Magnificent Welles: The Spectacular Rise & Fall of Film Genius Orson Welles
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written by Marcus Wolland, fl. 2002-2010; directed by Jeff Meyers, fl. 1994-2014; performed by Marcus Wolland, fl. 2002-2010 (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2002), 2 hours
The Magnificent Welles - An acclaimed one-man play that charts the spectacular rise and fall of film genius Orson Welles. Meet Orson Welles an incomparable master and an insufferable braggart. At the height of his fame, on the brink of disaster. Seducing his audience while baring his soul.
written by Marcus Wolland, fl. 2002-2010; directed by Jeff Meyers, fl. 1994-2014; performed by Marcus Wolland, fl. 2002-2010 (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2002), 2 hours
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Producing for the Theatre, Forces Who Run The Theater: Gordon Davidson
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directed by Bill Carroll, fl. 2008; produced by Laurie Fruth, fl. 2010; interview by Glenn Casale, fl. 1984-2015 and Mike Merrick, fl. 1973-1986, in Producing for the Theatre (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2005), 50 mins
This series examines the roles and responsibilities of the people who control the venues, content, and talent in theater and provide a wide panorama of what theatre is and who "makes it happen." The active participants or 'power brokers' in the vast enterprise that comprises live theatre take on many guises. They...
directed by Bill Carroll, fl. 2008; produced by Laurie Fruth, fl. 2010; interview by Glenn Casale, fl. 1984-2015 and Mike Merrick, fl. 1973-1986, in Producing for the Theatre (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2005), 50 mins
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Producing for the Theatre, Forces Who Run The Theater: Susan Smith
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directed by Bill Carroll, fl. 2008; produced by Laurie Fruth, fl. 2010; interview by Glenn Casale, fl. 1984-2015 and Mike Merrick, fl. 1973-1986, in Producing for the Theatre (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2005), 48 mins
This series examines the roles and responsibilities of the people who control the venues, content, and talent in theater and provide a wide panorama of what theatre is and who 'makes it happen.' The active participants or 'power brokers' in the vast enterprise that comprises live theatre take on many guises. They...
directed by Bill Carroll, fl. 2008; produced by Laurie Fruth, fl. 2010; interview by Glenn Casale, fl. 1984-2015 and Mike Merrick, fl. 1973-1986, in Producing for the Theatre (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2005), 48 mins
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Producing for the Theatre, Business Of The Theater: Randy Snow, David Elzer
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directed by Bill Carroll, fl. 2008; produced by Jennifer Ream, fl. 2006-2012, TMW Media Group; interview by Nate Bynum, fl. 2005 and Mike Merrick, fl. 1973-1986, in Producing for the Theatre (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2006), 50 mins
This series describes the business aspect of producing the play, how you raise the money to capitalize a play or musical, structuring budgets to account for pre-production and 'running' costs, and developing a marketing/publicity and advertising plan. It features theater professionals, including noted publicist Da...
directed by Bill Carroll, fl. 2008; produced by Jennifer Ream, fl. 2006-2012, TMW Media Group; interview by Nate Bynum, fl. 2005 and Mike Merrick, fl. 1973-1986, in Producing for the Theatre (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2006), 50 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, In The Steps Of William Shakespeare - London and Stratford 1564 - 1613
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directed by James H. Bride, II, fl. 1992-2008; produced by James H. Bride, II, fl. 1992-2008, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1992), 42 mins
Discover the kinds of plays performed at Stratford in Shakespeare’s youth along with an introduction to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Shakespeare’s London Years 1591-1613: Our British presenter, Rebecca Flynn, offers us a horseback journey into London and a walking tour over a dozen London sites that conjure...
directed by James H. Bride, II, fl. 1992-2008; produced by James H. Bride, II, fl. 1992-2008, in Shakespeare Series (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 1992), 42 mins
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Expressive Actor, The Lugering Method
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produced by Michael Lugering, fl. 2014; interview by Joan Melton, fl. 1993, in Expressive Actor (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2014), 36 mins
Joan Melton, an internationally recognized actor trainer and author, interviews Master Teacher Michael Lugering in a theoretical discussion of recent discoveries in philosophy, somatic psychology, neuroscience and aesthetics that underpin the integrated voice, movement and acting method presented in this series.
produced by Michael Lugering, fl. 2014; interview by Joan Melton, fl. 1993, in Expressive Actor (Los Angeles, CA: TMW Media Group, 2014), 36 mins
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