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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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The Association of Producing Artists Rehearse Ibsen
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directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1967), 28 mins
"The APA ("Association of Producing Artists") rehearses and discusses scenes from Ibsen's "The Wild Duck", with Sidney Walker, Donald Moffat, Clayton Corzatte, Betty Miller and Jennifer Harmon. Stephen Porter, director. 1967."
directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1967), 28 mins
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Awake and Sing!
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written by Clifford Odets, 1906-1963 (1935); directed by Robert Hopkins, 1886-1966 and Norman Lloyd, 1914-; designed by Jan Scott, 1915-2003, Noel Taylor, 1913-2010, Danny Franks, fl. 1969-1995; produced by Norman Lloyd, 1914-, Hollywood Television Theater, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Robert Lipton, 1943-, Milton Selzer, 1918-, Leo Fuchs, 1911-1994, Ruth Storey, 1913-1997, John Myhers, 1921-1992, Felicia Farr, 1932-, Martin Ritt, 1914-1990, Ron Rifkin, 1939- and Walter Matthau, 1920-2000 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1972), 1 hour 34 mins
This is a performance of Clifford Odets' Awake and Sing! directed by Robert Hopkins and Norman Lloyd.
written by Clifford Odets, 1906-1963 (1935); directed by Robert Hopkins, 1886-1966 and Norman Lloyd, 1914-; designed by Jan Scott, 1915-2003, Noel Taylor, 1913-2010, Danny Franks, fl. 1969-1995; produced by Norman Lloyd, 1914-, Hollywood Television Theater, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Robert Lipton, 1943-, Milton Selzer, 1918-, Leo Fuchs, 1911-1994, Ruth Storey, 1913-1997, John Myhers, 1921-1992, Felicia Farr, 1932-, Martin Ritt, 1914-1990, Ron Rifkin, 1939- and Walter Matthau, 1920-2000 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1972), 1 hour 34 mins
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The Bald Soprano
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written by Eugene Ionesco, 1909-1994; directed by Ron Myrvik, fl. 1976-2010; composed by Martin Kalmanoff, 1920-2007 (1999); conducted by Richard Marshall; produced by Ron Myrvik, fl. 1976-2010 and Richard Marshall, Center for Contemporary Opera, New York, NY; performed by Blaine Hendsbee, fl. 1999, Patricia Dell, fl. 1999, Elem Eley, fl. 1999, Lynn Matthews, fl. 1991-1999, Keith Howard, fl. 1999 and Deborah Massell, fl. 1999, Center for Contemporary Opera (CCO) (The Cinema Guild, 1999), 1 hour 2 mins
The 1950 debut of Eugene Ionesco's The Bald Soprano, a "mixture of social satire, Alice in Wonderland-type logic, verbal delirium and surrealist farce," stirred a sensation in Paris. For the fiftieth anniversary of the Theater of the Absurd's founding work, the piece has been adapted by The Center for Contemporary...
written by Eugene Ionesco, 1909-1994; directed by Ron Myrvik, fl. 1976-2010; composed by Martin Kalmanoff, 1920-2007 (1999); conducted by Richard Marshall; produced by Ron Myrvik, fl. 1976-2010 and Richard Marshall, Center for Contemporary Opera, New York, NY; performed by Blaine Hendsbee, fl. 1999, Patricia Dell, fl. 1999, Elem Eley, fl. 1999, Lynn Matthews, fl. 1991-1999, Keith Howard, fl. 1999 and Deborah Massell, fl. 1999, Center for Contemporary Opera (CCO) (The Cinema Guild, 1999), 1 hour 2 mins
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Burning Bright
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written by John Steinbeck, 1902-1968 (1950); directed by Curt Conway, 1915-1974; designed by Zvi Geyra, fl. 1959-1960, Michael Travis, 1928-2014, Dean Nelson, fl. 1951; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, National Telefilm Associates. Play of the Week, New York, NY; performed by Myron McCormick, 1908-1962, Colleen Dewhurst, 1924-1991, Dana Elcar, 1927-2005 and Donald Madden, 1933-1983 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1959), 1 hour 41 mins
This is a performance of John Steinbeck's Burning Bright directed by Curt Conway.
written by John Steinbeck, 1902-1968 (1950); directed by Curt Conway, 1915-1974; designed by Zvi Geyra, fl. 1959-1960, Michael Travis, 1928-2014, Dean Nelson, fl. 1951; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, National Telefilm Associates. Play of the Week, New York, NY; performed by Myron McCormick, 1908-1962, Colleen Dewhurst, 1924-1991, Dana Elcar, 1927-2005 and Donald Madden, 1933-1983 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1959), 1 hour 41 mins
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Dead End Kids: A Story of Nuclear Power
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written by JoAnne Akalaitis, 1937-; directed by JoAnne Akalaitis, 1937-; produced by Monty Diamond, fl. 1978-2010 and Marian Godfrey, fl. 1986, Ikon Films, Netherlands and Mabou Mines; performed by Ellen McElduff, fl. 1979-2010, Ruth Maleczech, fl. 1981-2009, George Bartenieff, 1933-, David Brisbin, 1952-, B-St. John Schofield, fl. 1986, Terry O'Reilly, 1951-, Greg Mehrten, fl. 1986-2003, Frederick Neumann, fl. 1986-2001, Michael Kunling, fl. 1986, Scotty Snyder, fl. 1986 and David Byrne, 1952- (New York, NY: The Cinema Guild, 1986), 1 hour 26 mins
A wacky, free-wheeling satire which examines key moments in the history of nuclear power, from the flowering of medieval alchemy in the 16th century, to the development of the atomic bomb, Hiroshima and its aftermath, and the cultural and political fallout of the Cold War '50s. Based on the Obie award-winning stag...
written by JoAnne Akalaitis, 1937-; directed by JoAnne Akalaitis, 1937-; produced by Monty Diamond, fl. 1978-2010 and Marian Godfrey, fl. 1986, Ikon Films, Netherlands and Mabou Mines; performed by Ellen McElduff, fl. 1979-2010, Ruth Maleczech, fl. 1981-2009, George Bartenieff, 1933-, David Brisbin, 1952-, B-St. John Schofield, fl. 1986, Terry O'Reilly, 1951-, Greg Mehrten, fl. 1986-2003, Frederick Neumann, fl. 1986-2001, Michael Kunling, fl. 1986, Scotty Snyder, fl. 1986 and David Byrne, 1952- (New York, NY: The Cinema Guild, 1986), 1 hour 26 mins
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Death Of A Salesman
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written by Arthur Miller, 1915-2005; directed by Alex Segal, 1915-1977; produced by Daniel Melnick, 1932-2009 and David Susskind, 1920-1987, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Lee J. Cobb, 1911-1976, Mildred Dunnock, 1901-1991, James Farentino, 1938-, Albert Dekker, 1905-1968, Edward Andrews, 1914-1985, George Segal, 1934-, Gene Wilder, 1933-2016, Bernie Kopell, 1933-, Marge Redmond, 1930-, Marc Fiorini, 1940-, Karen Steele, 1931-1988, June Foray, 1917- and Joan Patrick, fl. 1961-1968 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1966), 1 hour 46 mins
This award-winning TV adaptation of Death of a Salesman of Arthur Miller's masterwork stars Academy Award-winning actor Lee J. Cobb (12 Angry Men, On the Waterfront) in his heartbreaking portrayal of Willy Loman and the ultimate incoherence of the American Dream. The production is directed by Alex Segal, who won a...
written by Arthur Miller, 1915-2005; directed by Alex Segal, 1915-1977; produced by Daniel Melnick, 1932-2009 and David Susskind, 1920-1987, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Lee J. Cobb, 1911-1976, Mildred Dunnock, 1901-1991, James Farentino, 1938-, Albert Dekker, 1905-1968, Edward Andrews, 1914-1985, George Segal, 1934-, Gene Wilder, 1933-2016, Bernie Kopell, 1933-, Marge Redmond, 1930-, Marc Fiorini, 1940-, Karen Steele, 1931-1988, June Foray, 1917- and Joan Patrick, fl. 1961-1968 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1966), 1 hour 46 mins
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The Dock Brief
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written by John Mortimer, 1923-2009 (1957); directed by Stuart Burge, 1918-2002; produced by David Susskind, 1920-1987, National Telefilm Associates. Play of the Week, New York, NY; performed by Michael Hordern, 1911-1995 and George Walter Rose, 1920-1988 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1959), 50 mins
This is a performance of John Mortimer's The Dock Brief directed by Stuart Burge.
written by John Mortimer, 1923-2009 (1957); directed by Stuart Burge, 1918-2002; produced by David Susskind, 1920-1987, National Telefilm Associates. Play of the Week, New York, NY; performed by Michael Hordern, 1911-1995 and George Walter Rose, 1920-1988 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1959), 50 mins
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Dollhouse
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written by Henrik Ibsen, 1828-1906; directed by Lee Breuer, 1937-; performed by Maude Mitchell, fl. 1995-2009, Mark Povinelli, 1971-, Kristopher Medina, fl. 1994-2010, Janet Girardeau, fl. 2009 and Ricardo Gil, 1957- (New York, NY: Alive Mind), 2 hours 3 mins
Maude Mitchell, fl. 1995-2009
written by Henrik Ibsen, 1828-1906; directed by Lee Breuer, 1937-; performed by Maude Mitchell, fl. 1995-2009, Mark Povinelli, 1971-, Kristopher Medina, fl. 1994-2010, Janet Girardeau, fl. 2009 and Ricardo Gil, 1957- (New York, NY: Alive Mind), 2 hours 3 mins
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Dramatic Actions: Caribbean Theater
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directed by Tony Hall, fl. 1991, Christopher Laird, 1945- and Bruce Paddington, fl. 1974-2016; produced by Banyan Productions (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 1991), 28 mins
This documentary, directed by Tony Hall, Christopher Laird, and Bruce Paddington, features Caribbean Theater.
directed by Tony Hall, fl. 1991, Christopher Laird, 1945- and Bruce Paddington, fl. 1974-2016; produced by Banyan Productions (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 1991), 28 mins
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