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Ethnic 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), 27 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), 27 mins
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For the Use of the Hall
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written by Oliver D. Hailey, Jr., 1932- (1975); directed by Lee Grant, 1927-; produced by George Turpin, 1925-2016, Community Television of Southern California. Visions, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Aline MacMahon, 1899-1991, David Hedison, 1927-, Barbara Barrie, 1931-, Susan Anspach, 1942-, Joyce Van Patten, 1934-, George Furth, 1932-2008 and John Barbour, 1320-1395 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1975), 1 hour 26 mins
This is a performance of Oliver D. Hailey's For the Use of the Hall directed by Lee Grant and Rick Bennewitz.
written by Oliver D. Hailey, Jr., 1932- (1975); directed by Lee Grant, 1927-; produced by George Turpin, 1925-2016, Community Television of Southern California. Visions, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Aline MacMahon, 1899-1991, David Hedison, 1927-, Barbara Barrie, 1931-, Susan Anspach, 1942-, Joyce Van Patten, 1934-, George Furth, 1932-2008 and John Barbour, 1320-1395 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1975), 1 hour 26 mins
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Henry V
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616 (1599); directed by Clay Yurdin; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Robert Lansing, 1928-1994, James Coco, 1930-1987, Frank Groseclose, fl. 1957, Arthur Malet, 1927-, Joseph Ruskin, 1924-, Richard Shepard, fl. 1956-1971, Paul Sparer, 1923-1999 and Wayne Tippit, fl. 1954-2000 (Creative Arts Television, 1957), 25 mins
"Scenes from Shakespeare's "Henry V", showing stages in the maturing of Hal. Performed by Robert Lansing (Henry V, Prince Hal), James Coco, Frank Groseclose, Arthur Malet, Joseph Ruskin, Richard Shephard, Paul Sparer and Wayne Tippit. 1957."
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616 (1599); directed by Clay Yurdin; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Robert Lansing, 1928-1994, James Coco, 1930-1987, Frank Groseclose, fl. 1957, Arthur Malet, 1927-, Joseph Ruskin, 1924-, Richard Shepard, fl. 1956-1971, Paul Sparer, 1923-1999 and Wayne Tippit, fl. 1954-2000 (Creative Arts Television, 1957), 25 mins
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The Human Voice
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written by Jean Cocteau, 1889-1963; directed by Ted Kotcheff, 1931-; produced by David Susskind, 1920-1987, Associated-Rediffusion Television, London, England; performed by Ingrid Bergman, 1915-1982 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1966), 51 mins
This is a performance of Jean Cocteau's The Human Voice directed by Ted Kotcheff.
written by Jean Cocteau, 1889-1963; directed by Ted Kotcheff, 1931-; produced by David Susskind, 1920-1987, Associated-Rediffusion Television, London, England; performed by Ingrid Bergman, 1915-1982 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1966), 51 mins
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The Iceman Cometh
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written by Eugene O'Neill, 1888-1953 (1939); directed by Sidney Lumet, 1924-2011; designed by Bob Markell, 1924-, Gene Coffin, fl. 1930-1960, Ralph K. Holmes, fl. 1935-1983; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992; performed by Roland Winters, 1904-1989, Charles White, 1917-2005, Herbert Voland, 1918-1981, Maxwell Glanville, 1918-1992, Farrell Pelly, 1891-1963, Michael Strong, 1924-1980, Myron McCormick, 1908-1962, Walter Klavun, 1906-1984, Jason Robards, 1922-2000, Sorrell Booke, 1930-1994, James Broderick, 1927-1982, Robert Redford, 1936-, Julie Bovasso, 1930-1991, Hilda Brawner, fl. 1960-1964, Joan Copeland, 1922-, Tom Pedi, 1913-1966, Ronald Radd, 1929-1976 and Harrison Dowd, fl. 1929-1963 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1960), 3 hours 35 mins
In this rendition of Eugene O'Neill's The Iceman Cometh, Academy Award winning director Sidney Lumet uses his prodigious talents to stage the definitive edition of this great American classic. By weaving together the epic stories of a crowded room of drunks, the play creates a cross-section of a spoiled American D...
written by Eugene O'Neill, 1888-1953 (1939); directed by Sidney Lumet, 1924-2011; designed by Bob Markell, 1924-, Gene Coffin, fl. 1930-1960, Ralph K. Holmes, fl. 1935-1983; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992; performed by Roland Winters, 1904-1989, Charles White, 1917-2005, Herbert Voland, 1918-1981, Maxwell Glanville, 1918-1992, Farrell Pelly, 1891-1963, Michael Strong, 1924-1980, Myron McCormick, 1908-1962, Walter Klavun, 1906-1984, Jason Robards, 1922-2000, Sorrell Booke, 1930-1994, James Broderick, 1927-1982, Robert Redford, 1936-, Julie Bovasso, 1930-1991, Hilda Brawner, fl. 1960-1964, Joan Copeland, 1922-, Tom Pedi, 1913-1966, Ronald Radd, 1929-1976 and Harrison Dowd, fl. 1929-1963 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1960), 3 hours 35 mins
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Icnived Dranoël, c'était comment après?
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produced by Caroline Puig-Grenetier, fl. 2008, Cap Canal and CLC Productions (Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes: CLC Productions, 2008), 1 hour 5 mins
This live performance, produced by Caroline Puig-Grenetier, features a group of children, with the help of a director, creating and acting out a musical. It is the product of several years of work with the director and these children.
produced by Caroline Puig-Grenetier, fl. 2008, Cap Canal and CLC Productions (Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes: CLC Productions, 2008), 1 hour 5 mins
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Irene Worth: Actress
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produced by Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1978), 28 mins
"Actress Irene Worth, interviewed by Margaret Croyden, recites a Shakespeare sonnet, a scene from the "Cocktail Party" by T. S. Eliot, and a scene from "The Way of the World" by Congreve (Restoration comedy). 1978."
produced by Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1978), 28 mins
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Japan, The Land & Its People, Episode 1, The Tradition of Performing Arts in Japan
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directed by Hajime Funatsu, fl. 1962; produced by Destination Education, in Japan, The Land & Its People, Episode 1 (Lincoln, NE: Destination Education, 1990), 42 mins
Features a scene from Adachigahara that illustrates Noh. Includes a bunraku excerpt from Tsubosaka-kannon Regigenki highlighting the role of the narrator and the puppeteers. Offers scenes from Yoshitsume showing the flamboyant scenery, exaggerated gestures, colorful makeup and acrobatics of kabuki.
directed by Hajime Funatsu, fl. 1962; produced by Destination Education, in Japan, The Land & Its People, Episode 1 (Lincoln, NE: Destination Education, 1990), 42 mins
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Jerzy Grotowski Interview: 1973
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(Creative Arts Television, 1973), 29 mins
"Interview with Jerzy Grotowski, director of the Polish Laboratory Theater. Themes: 1969 Grotowski came to America. Grotowski then believed in "poor theater… devoid of artifice… theater as holy ritual… performance an 'offering' to audience." 1972 Grotowski lectured in America and rejected "poor" and "holy" t...
(Creative Arts Television, 1973), 29 mins
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Kabuki: Onoe Baiko the Seventh as The Salt Gatherer
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directed by Merrill Brockway, 1923-2013; produced by Merrill Brockway, 1923-2013, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1972), 29 mins
"Performance of "The Salt Gatherer" by Kabuki actor Baiko VII, who holds the Japanese honorary title 'Living national treasure.' The performance is illuminated by a demonstration of techniques, an explanation of how certain effects are achieved, and a sequence showing Baiko giving notes on technique to his actor s...
directed by Merrill Brockway, 1923-2013; produced by Merrill Brockway, 1923-2013, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1972), 29 mins
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