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Much Ado About Nothing
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616 (1599); directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996 and Alfred Joseph Antoon, 1944-1992; choreographed by Donald Edward Saddler; designed by Theoni V. Aldredge, 1922-2011, Phil Hymes, fl. 1959-2006; produced by Joseph Papp, 1921-1991, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Arny Freeman, 1908-1986, Marshall Efron, 1938-, Douglass Watson, 1921-1989, Mark Hammer, 1937-, Jeanne Hepple, 1936-, Charles Bartlett, fl. 1971-2002, Kathleen Effie Widdoes, 1939-, Frederick Coffin, 1943-2003, Jack Gianino, fl. 1972-2006, David Lenthall, fl. 1971-2004, Barnard Hughes, 1915-2006, Jerry Mayer, 1941-2003, George Gugleotti, fl. 1967-1973, Bette Henritze, fl. 1962-2002, Will Mackenzie, fl. 1960-2004, Tom McDermott, 1912-1996, Glenn Walken, 1945-, F. Murray Abraham, 1939-, William Robertson, fl. 1969-1972, Barbara Rubenstein, fl. 1972-1976, Richard Schneider, fl. 1972-1977, Robert Blacker, fl. 1973-2005, Bryan Mihok, fl. 1972, Richard Casper, fl. 1972-1973, James McGill, fl. 1972-1999, Joan Jaffe, fl. 1972-2007, Lindsay Ann Crouse, 1948-, Maury Cooper, fl. 1970-2005, Leland Schwantes, fl. 1972-1979, Rosamond Lynn, fl. 1972-1976, Nina Jordan, 1964- and Sam Waterston, 1940- (New York, NY: Broadway Theatre Archive, 1972), 2 hours 42 mins
This version of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing takes place in turn-of-the-century America, with Don Pedro portrayed as Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders. Directed by Nick Havinga and featuring Law & Order star Sam Waterson as Benedick, the witty production offers an intricate knot of love, marriage, and m...
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616 (1599); directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996 and Alfred Joseph Antoon, 1944-1992; choreographed by Donald Edward Saddler; designed by Theoni V. Aldredge, 1922-2011, Phil Hymes, fl. 1959-2006; produced by Joseph Papp, 1921-1991, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Arny Freeman, 1908-1986, Marshall Efron, 1938-, Douglass Watson, 1921-1989, Mark Hammer, 1937-, Jeanne Hepple, 1936-, Charles Bartlett, fl. 1971-2002, Kathleen Effie Widdoes, 1939-, Frederick Coffin, 1943-2003, Jack Gianino, fl. 1972-2006, David Lenthall, fl. 1971-2004, Barnard Hughes, 1915-2006, Jerry Mayer, 1941-2003, George Gugleotti, fl. 1967-1973, Bette Henritze, fl. 1962-2002, Will Mackenzie, fl. 1960-2004, Tom McDermott, 1912-1996, Glenn Walken, 1945-, F. Murray Abraham, 1939-, William Robertson, fl. 1969-1972, Barbara Rubenstein, fl. 1972-1976, Richard Schneider, fl. 1972-1977, Robert Blacker, fl. 1973-2005, Bryan Mihok, fl. 1972, Richard Casper, fl. 1972-1973, James McGill, fl. 1972-1999, Joan Jaffe, fl. 1972-2007, Lindsay Ann Crouse, 1948-, Maury Cooper, fl. 1970-2005, Leland Schwantes, fl. 1972-1979, Rosamond Lynn, fl. 1972-1976, Nina Jordan, 1964- and Sam Waterston, 1940- (New York, NY: Broadway Theatre Archive, 1972), 2 hours 42 mins
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Commedia Dell'Arte Hamlet
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written by No Author Attribution (1961); directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Sig Moglen, fl. 1964-1996, Michael Alaimo's Commedia dell'Arte Troupe, New York, NY and Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Michael Alaimo, fl. 1964-2012, Michael Dannenberg, fl. 1964-1966, Martin David, fl. 1964, Norma David, fl. 1964, Allan Mann, fl. 1932-1964, James Morrison, 1954-, Richard Stern, fl. 1964-1966 and Marieluisa Stigi, fl. 1964 (Creative Arts Television, 1964), 27 mins
"An abbreviated version of a Commedia Dell'Arte "Hamlet", with farce and improvised dialogue interpolated into the play as written by Shakespeare. Based on the text of the "First Folio", this approach emphasizes the relationship of old Italian slapstick to Elizabethan drama. Characters introduced into this version...
written by No Author Attribution (1961); directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Sig Moglen, fl. 1964-1996, Michael Alaimo's Commedia dell'Arte Troupe, New York, NY and Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Michael Alaimo, fl. 1964-2012, Michael Dannenberg, fl. 1964-1966, Martin David, fl. 1964, Norma David, fl. 1964, Allan Mann, fl. 1932-1964, James Morrison, 1954-, Richard Stern, fl. 1964-1966 and Marieluisa Stigi, fl. 1964 (Creative Arts Television, 1964), 27 mins
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