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My Heart's in the Highlands
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written by William Saroyan, 1908-1981 (1939); directed by Kirk Browning, 1921-2008; designed by Willard Levitas, fl. 1950-1966, Gene Coffin, fl. 1930-1960, Ralph K. Holmes, fl. 1935-1983; produced by Marc Merson, 1931-2013; performed by Eddie Hodges, 1947-, Tamara Daykarhanova, 1892-1980, Nathaniel Frey, 1913-1970, Kevin Coughlin, 1945-1976, Myron McCormick, 1908-1962, Walter Matthau, 1920-2000, Eric Tavaris, fl. 1980-1981, Dianne Ramey, fl. 1958-1963, Terry Carter, 1928-, Griff Evans, fl. 1947-1998, Joe Boland, 1903-1987, Louis Negin, fl. 1957-2001, Beatrice Ruth, fl. 1952-1960 and Allan Lindstrom, fl. 1960 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1960), 1 hour 17 mins
This is a performance of William Saroyan's My Heart's in the Highlands directed by Kirk Browning.
written by William Saroyan, 1908-1981 (1939); directed by Kirk Browning, 1921-2008; designed by Willard Levitas, fl. 1950-1966, Gene Coffin, fl. 1930-1960, Ralph K. Holmes, fl. 1935-1983; produced by Marc Merson, 1931-2013; performed by Eddie Hodges, 1947-, Tamara Daykarhanova, 1892-1980, Nathaniel Frey, 1913-1970, Kevin Coughlin, 1945-1976, Myron McCormick, 1908-1962, Walter Matthau, 1920-2000, Eric Tavaris, fl. 1980-1981, Dianne Ramey, fl. 1958-1963, Terry Carter, 1928-, Griff Evans, fl. 1947-1998, Joe Boland, 1903-1987, Louis Negin, fl. 1957-2001, Beatrice Ruth, fl. 1952-1960 and Allan Lindstrom, fl. 1960 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1960), 1 hour 17 mins
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Once Around the Block
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written by William Saroyan, 1908-1981 (1949); directed by Kirk Browning, 1921-2008; designed by Willard Levitas, fl. 1950-1966, Gene Coffin, fl. 1930-1960, Ralph K. Holmes, fl. 1935-1983; produced by Marc Merson, 1931-2013, National Telefilm Associates. Play of the Week, New York, NY; performed by Walter Matthau, 1920-2000, Orson Bean, 1928-, Larry Hagman, 1931- and Nina Wilcox, fl. 1957-1985 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1960), 22 mins
This is a performance of William Saroyan's Once Around the Block directed by Kirk Browning.
written by William Saroyan, 1908-1981 (1949); directed by Kirk Browning, 1921-2008; designed by Willard Levitas, fl. 1950-1966, Gene Coffin, fl. 1930-1960, Ralph K. Holmes, fl. 1935-1983; produced by Marc Merson, 1931-2013, National Telefilm Associates. Play of the Week, New York, NY; performed by Walter Matthau, 1920-2000, Orson Bean, 1928-, Larry Hagman, 1931- and Nina Wilcox, fl. 1957-1985 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1960), 22 mins
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Peter Brook Conversations About Theater
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directed by Merrill Brockway, 1923-2013; produced by Merrill Brockway, 1923-2013, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1973), 29 mins
"Peter Brook and his theater company prepare an experimental version of Shakespeare's "The Tempest." Brook talks about the future of theater, its purpose, whether it has somehow been lost in the world today. His company is seen in acting exercises and performance. Critic Margaret Croyden comments on Brook's work....
directed by Merrill Brockway, 1923-2013; produced by Merrill Brockway, 1923-2013, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1973), 29 mins
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The Pirates of Penzance
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written by Sir W. S. Gilbert, 1836-1911; directed by Wilford Leach, 1929-1988 and Joshua White; produced by Joseph Papp, 1921-1991, New York Shakespeare Festival; performed by Kevin Kline, 1947-, George Walter Rose, 1920-1988, Linda Ronstadt, 1946-, Patricia Routledge, 1929-, Tony Azito, 1948-1995, Alice Playten, 1947-, Rex Smith, 1955-, Marcie Shaw, 1954- and Wendy Wolfe, fl. 1980-2005 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1980), 2 hours 2 mins
This classic revival of Gilbert and Sullivan's parody-musical The Pirates of Penzance taps into the ridiculous levity of the play so that none of the humor is lost on the modern audience. Starring the irrepressibly funny Tony and Oscar-winner Kevin Kline (A Fish Called Wanda), the play recreates the world of Engli...
written by Sir W. S. Gilbert, 1836-1911; directed by Wilford Leach, 1929-1988 and Joshua White; produced by Joseph Papp, 1921-1991, New York Shakespeare Festival; performed by Kevin Kline, 1947-, George Walter Rose, 1920-1988, Linda Ronstadt, 1946-, Patricia Routledge, 1929-, Tony Azito, 1948-1995, Alice Playten, 1947-, Rex Smith, 1955-, Marcie Shaw, 1954- and Wendy Wolfe, fl. 1980-2005 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1980), 2 hours 2 mins
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Puppetry: Worlds of Imagination
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directed by Joshua Malkin, fl. 1997-2009; produced by Speckled Koi Productions (New York, NY: The Cinema Guild, 2001), 43 mins
This documentary surveys the revolutionary new developments in American puppet theater, profiling many of puppetry’s most imaginative contemporary artists, including Basil Twist, who uses bits of fabric, feathers, plastic and other materials in a 1,000-gallon tank of water to create a visually stunning underwate...
directed by Joshua Malkin, fl. 1997-2009; produced by Speckled Koi Productions (New York, NY: The Cinema Guild, 2001), 43 mins
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Richard III
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by Clay Yurdin; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Roberts Blossom, 1924-2011, Frank Groseclose, fl. 1957, Robert Lansing, 1928-1994, Arthur Malet, 1927-, Nan Martin, 1927-2010, Woodrow Parfrey, 1922-1984, Joseph Ruskin, 1924-, Richard Shepard, fl. 1956-1971 and Wayne Tippit, fl. 1954-2000 (Creative Arts Television, 1957), 24 mins
"Scenes from Shakespeare's "Richard III" showing his steady progression into deceit. Performers: Robert Blossom, Robert Lansing, Frank Groseclose, Arthur Malet, Nan Martin, and Wayne Tippit. 1957."
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by Clay Yurdin; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Roberts Blossom, 1924-2011, Frank Groseclose, fl. 1957, Robert Lansing, 1928-1994, Arthur Malet, 1927-, Nan Martin, 1927-2010, Woodrow Parfrey, 1922-1984, Joseph Ruskin, 1924-, Richard Shepard, fl. 1956-1971 and Wayne Tippit, fl. 1954-2000 (Creative Arts Television, 1957), 24 mins
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Saltwater
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written by Conor McPherson, 1971-; directed by Conor McPherson, 1971-; produced by Treasure Films, England, Alta Films, Madrid, Spain, Radio Telefis Eireann, Galway, Ireland, British Broadcasting Corporation and Bord Scannán na hÉireann, Ireland; performed by Peter McDonald, 1972-, Brian Cox, 1946-, Conor Mullen, 1962-, Laurence Kinlan, 1983-, Brendan Gleeson, 1955-, Eva Birthistle, 1974-, Valerie Spelman, fl. 2000-2009, David O'Rourke, fl. 2000, Caroline O'Boyle, fl. 2000, Gina Moxley, fl. 1985, Garrett Keogh, fl. 1980, Michael McElhatton, 1963-, Pat Shortt, 1966-, Carl Duering, 1923- and Olwen Fouere, fl. 1976-2003 (BBC Worldwide, 2002), 1 hour 31 mins
Life in an out-of-season Irish seaside resort is tough enough. But for the Beneventi family, grieving the year-long loss of their mother, and struggling to make enough from their fish 'n' chip shop to escape bankruptcy, the future looks more of a challenge. But when Frank, the eldest son, robs the local bookies, e...
written by Conor McPherson, 1971-; directed by Conor McPherson, 1971-; produced by Treasure Films, England, Alta Films, Madrid, Spain, Radio Telefis Eireann, Galway, Ireland, British Broadcasting Corporation and Bord Scannán na hÉireann, Ireland; performed by Peter McDonald, 1972-, Brian Cox, 1946-, Conor Mullen, 1962-, Laurence Kinlan, 1983-, Brendan Gleeson, 1955-, Eva Birthistle, 1974-, Valerie Spelman, fl. 2000-2009, David O'Rourke, fl. 2000, Caroline O'Boyle, fl. 2000, Gina Moxley, fl. 1985, Garrett Keogh, fl. 1980, Michael McElhatton, 1963-, Pat Shortt, 1966-, Carl Duering, 1923- and Olwen Fouere, fl. 1976-2003 (BBC Worldwide, 2002), 1 hour 31 mins
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The Scarecrow, or, The Glass of Truth
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written by Percy MacKaye, 1875-1956 (1908); directed by Boris Sagal, 1917-1981; designed by Jan Scott, 1915-2003, Robert Fletcher, 1922-, Danny Franks, fl. 1969-1995; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Hollywood Television Theater, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Gene Wilder, 1933-2016, Blythe Danner, 1943-, Pete Duel, 1940-1971, Norman Lloyd, 1909-1980, Nina Foch, 1924-2008, Will Geer, 1902-1978, Elisha Cook, Jr., 1903-1995, Sian Barbara Allen, 1946-, Lizabeth Deen, fl. 1972, Ann Doran, 1911-2000, Tom Helmore, 1904-1995, Meredith Hull, fl. 1972, Alan Jordan, fl. 1972-2003, Robert Karnes, 1917-1979, Vaughn Taylor, 1910-1983 and Joan Tompkins, 1915-2005 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1972), 1 hour 46 mins
This is a performance of Percy MacKaye's The Scarecrow, or, The Glass of Truth directed by Boris Sagal.
written by Percy MacKaye, 1875-1956 (1908); directed by Boris Sagal, 1917-1981; designed by Jan Scott, 1915-2003, Robert Fletcher, 1922-, Danny Franks, fl. 1969-1995; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Hollywood Television Theater, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Gene Wilder, 1933-2016, Blythe Danner, 1943-, Pete Duel, 1940-1971, Norman Lloyd, 1909-1980, Nina Foch, 1924-2008, Will Geer, 1902-1978, Elisha Cook, Jr., 1903-1995, Sian Barbara Allen, 1946-, Lizabeth Deen, fl. 1972, Ann Doran, 1911-2000, Tom Helmore, 1904-1995, Meredith Hull, fl. 1972, Alan Jordan, fl. 1972-2003, Robert Karnes, 1917-1979, Vaughn Taylor, 1910-1983 and Joan Tompkins, 1915-2005 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1972), 1 hour 46 mins
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Second City Political Cabaret
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written by No Author Attribution; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Alan Arkin, 1934-, Andrew Duncan, fl. 1961-1987, Anthony Holland, 1928-1988 and Eugene Troobnick, 1926-2003 (Creative Arts Television, 1962), 26 mins
This is a performance of Political Cabaret by the Second City.
written by No Author Attribution; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Alan Arkin, 1934-, Andrew Duncan, fl. 1961-1987, Anthony Holland, 1928-1988 and Eugene Troobnick, 1926-2003 (Creative Arts Television, 1962), 26 mins
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The Shadow of a Gunman
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written by Sean O'Casey, 1880-1964; directed by Joseph Hardy, 1929-; conducted by Robert Prince, 1929-2007; designed by Michael Baugh, 1943-, Bill Hargate, 1935-2003, Danny Franks, fl. 1969-1995 and Jeff Engel, fl. 1971-2003; produced by Norman Lloyd, 1914-, Hollywood Television Theater, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Frank Converse, 1938-, Jack MacGowran, 1918-1973, Gavin Mooney, fl. 1968-1984, Philip Kenneally, fl. 1952-1987, Sondra Morgan, fl. 1972-2002, Richard Dreyfuss, 1947-, Nora Marlowe, 1915-1977, William Glover, fl. 1956-1991, Allyn Ann McLerie, 1926-, Brendan Dillon, fl. 1955-1993 and Donnelly Rhodes, 1937- (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1972), 1 hour 20 mins
This is a performance of Sean O'Casey's The Shadow of a Gunman directed by Joseph Hardy.
written by Sean O'Casey, 1880-1964; directed by Joseph Hardy, 1929-; conducted by Robert Prince, 1929-2007; designed by Michael Baugh, 1943-, Bill Hargate, 1935-2003, Danny Franks, fl. 1969-1995 and Jeff Engel, fl. 1971-2003; produced by Norman Lloyd, 1914-, Hollywood Television Theater, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Frank Converse, 1938-, Jack MacGowran, 1918-1973, Gavin Mooney, fl. 1968-1984, Philip Kenneally, fl. 1952-1987, Sondra Morgan, fl. 1972-2002, Richard Dreyfuss, 1947-, Nora Marlowe, 1915-1977, William Glover, fl. 1956-1991, Allyn Ann McLerie, 1926-, Brendan Dillon, fl. 1955-1993 and Donnelly Rhodes, 1937- (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1972), 1 hour 20 mins
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