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Caesar and Cleopatra
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written by George Bernard Shaw, 1856-1950; directed by Shelagh O'Brien, fl. 1996; performed by Christopher Plummer, 1929-, Nikki M. James, 1981-, Diane D'Aquila, 1953-, Peter Donaldson, fl. 1996, Timothy D. Stickney, 1965-, Steven Sutcliffe and John Vickery (Mongrel Media, 2010), 1 hour 55 mins
Political drama turns to comedy when veteran strategist Julius Caesar (Christopher Plummer) becomes mentor to the enchanting teenage queen of Roman-occupied Egypt. Their first encounter under a desert moon will lead to a shift in the course of history, as Cleopatra gradually overcomes her timidity to become a dete...
written by George Bernard Shaw, 1856-1950; directed by Shelagh O'Brien, fl. 1996; performed by Christopher Plummer, 1929-, Nikki M. James, 1981-, Diane D'Aquila, 1953-, Peter Donaldson, fl. 1996, Timothy D. Stickney, 1965-, Steven Sutcliffe and John Vickery (Mongrel Media, 2010), 1 hour 55 mins
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Chips With Everything
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written by Sir Arnold Wesker, 1932-2016; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Sig Moglen, fl. 1964-1996, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Norman Allen, 1939-, Edward Burrell, fl. 1964, Gary Bond, 1940-1995, Tony Caunter, 1937-, Dallas Cavell, 1925-1993, Barry Evans, 1943-1997, Derek Fowlds, 1937-, Robert Hewitt, 1922-, George Innes, 1938-, John Levitt, fl. 1953-2005, James Luck, fl. 1960-1964, John Noakes, 1934-, Corin Redgrave, 1939-2010, Terence Taplin, fl. 1964-1977, Michael Standing, 1939- and Frank Wylie, 1935-1994 (Creative Arts Television, 1964), 23 mins
"Excerpts from Arnold Wesker's play "Chips with Everything" with the cast of its current (1964) Broadway production: Norman Allen, Gary Bond, Edward Burrell, Tony Caunter, Dallas Cavell, Barry Evans, Derek Fowlds, Robert Hewitt, George Innes, John Levitt, James Luck, John Noakes, Corin Redgrave, Terrence Taplin, M...
written by Sir Arnold Wesker, 1932-2016; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Sig Moglen, fl. 1964-1996, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Norman Allen, 1939-, Edward Burrell, fl. 1964, Gary Bond, 1940-1995, Tony Caunter, 1937-, Dallas Cavell, 1925-1993, Barry Evans, 1943-1997, Derek Fowlds, 1937-, Robert Hewitt, 1922-, George Innes, 1938-, John Levitt, fl. 1953-2005, James Luck, fl. 1960-1964, John Noakes, 1934-, Corin Redgrave, 1939-2010, Terence Taplin, fl. 1964-1977, Michael Standing, 1939- and Frank Wylie, 1935-1994 (Creative Arts Television, 1964), 23 mins
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Claire Bloom Reads Poetry
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written by T. S. Eliot, 1888-1965 and Sir Philip Sidney, 1554-1586; produced by Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Claire Bloom, 1931- (Creative Arts Television, 1964), 25 mins
"Stage and screen actress Claire Bloom reads poetry. Includes: medieval poems. T.S. Elliot "Journey of the Magi", poem by Sir Phillips "When I was 1 and 20", "The River Merchant's Wife", "The Walking", "Burning the Christmas Greens", T.S. Elliot's "The Burial of the Dead" and "A Game of Chance". 1964."
written by T. S. Eliot, 1888-1965 and Sir Philip Sidney, 1554-1586; produced by Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Claire Bloom, 1931- (Creative Arts Television, 1964), 25 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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Compagnie Philippe Genty: French Puppeteers
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directed by John Musilli, 1936-1991; produced by John Musilli, 1936-1991, Camera Three, New York, NY (Creative Arts Television, 1980), 28 mins
"The celebrated French puppeteers Compagnie Philippe Genty demonstrate their artistry with several different kinds of figures, ranging from the human to the dreamlike. The sketches explore the nature of the puppet experience, and are tuned exactly to being viewed within the film rectangle. These 'puppets' go far b...
directed by John Musilli, 1936-1991; produced by John Musilli, 1936-1991, Camera Three, New York, NY (Creative Arts Television, 1980), 28 mins
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The Critic
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written by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, 1751-1816; directed by Don Taylor, 1936-2003; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Hywel Bennett, 1944-, Alan Badel, 1923-1982, Sir John Gielgud, 1904-2000, Sir Nigel Hawthorne, 1929-2001, Rosemary Leach, 1935-2017, Anna Massey, 1937-2011 and Norman Rodway, 1929-2001 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 1 hour 50 mins
Sheridan's clever farce on the pretensions of the theatrical world, includes the splendid Mr Puff. Hywel Bennett, Alan Badel, Nigel Hawthorne and John Gielgud star.
written by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, 1751-1816; directed by Don Taylor, 1936-2003; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Hywel Bennett, 1944-, Alan Badel, 1923-1982, Sir John Gielgud, 1904-2000, Sir Nigel Hawthorne, 1929-2001, Rosemary Leach, 1935-2017, Anna Massey, 1937-2011 and Norman Rodway, 1929-2001 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 1 hour 50 mins
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Diary of a Madman
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written by Nikolai Gogol, 1809-1852; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Sig Moglen, fl. 1964-1996, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by William Hickey, 1927-1997 (Creative Arts Television, 1964), 28 mins
"An adaptation of the off-Broadway production of Gogol's work, "Diary of a Madman", performed by William Hickey, about a clerk's disintegration into madness. 1964."
written by Nikolai Gogol, 1809-1852; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Sig Moglen, fl. 1964-1996, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by William Hickey, 1927-1997 (Creative Arts Television, 1964), 28 mins
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Dog Years
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written by Günter Grass, 1927-2015; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Dan Gallagher, fl. 1963, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Charles Durning, 1923-2012, Judith Granite, fl. 1985 and Philip Baker Hall, 1931- (Creative Arts Television, 1966), 28 mins
"Excerpts from the off-Broadway theater "The World of Gunter Grass", the subject of Grass' recent book "Dog Years." Performers: Judith Granite, Charles Durning, Philip Baker Hall. 1966."
written by Günter Grass, 1927-2015; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Dan Gallagher, fl. 1963, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Charles Durning, 1923-2012, Judith Granite, fl. 1985 and Philip Baker Hall, 1931- (Creative Arts Television, 1966), 28 mins
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Double Solitaire
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written by Robert Anderson, 1917-2009 (1971); directed by Paul Bogart, 1919-2012; produced by Martin Manulis, 1915-2007, Hollywood Television Theater, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Susan Clark, fl. 1977, Richard Crenna, 1926-2003, Norma Crane, fl. 1974, Norman Foster, 1903-1976, Harold Gould, 1923-2010, Nicholas Hammond, 1950- and Irene Tedrow, fl. 1969 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1974), 1 hour 13 mins
This is a performance of Robert Anderson's Double Solitaire directed by Paul Bogart.
written by Robert Anderson, 1917-2009 (1971); directed by Paul Bogart, 1919-2012; produced by Martin Manulis, 1915-2007, Hollywood Television Theater, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Susan Clark, fl. 1977, Richard Crenna, 1926-2003, Norma Crane, fl. 1974, Norman Foster, 1903-1976, Harold Gould, 1923-2010, Nicholas Hammond, 1950- and Irene Tedrow, fl. 1969 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1974), 1 hour 13 mins
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The Dybbuk
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written by Sholom Ansky, 1863-1920; directed by Michal Waszynski, 1904-1965; performed by Abraham Morewski, 1886-1964, Ajzyk Samberg, 1889-1943, Mojzesz Lipman, 1893-, Lili Liliana, 1913-1989, Leon Liebgold, 1910-1993, Dina Halpern, 1909-1989, Max Bozyk, 1899-1970, M. Messinger, fl. 1937, Gerszon Lemberger, fl. 1936-1937, Samuel Bronecki, fl. 1937 and Samuel Landau, 1882-1942 (Bel Canto Society, 2005), 2 hours 1 mins
This performance of Sholom Ansky's The Dybbuk is directed by Michael Waszynski.
written by Sholom Ansky, 1863-1920; directed by Michal Waszynski, 1904-1965; performed by Abraham Morewski, 1886-1964, Ajzyk Samberg, 1889-1943, Mojzesz Lipman, 1893-, Lili Liliana, 1913-1989, Leon Liebgold, 1910-1993, Dina Halpern, 1909-1989, Max Bozyk, 1899-1970, M. Messinger, fl. 1937, Gerszon Lemberger, fl. 1936-1937, Samuel Bronecki, fl. 1937 and Samuel Landau, 1882-1942 (Bel Canto Society, 2005), 2 hours 1 mins
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