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New York Shakespeare Festival : related television coverage

Title
New York Shakespeare Festival : related television coverage, April 5, 1984 [videorecording]
Publication
New York, 1984.

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Videodisc 1 of 3Moving imageBy appointment only NCOX 5265 Videodisc 1 of 3Offsite
Videodisc 2 of 3Moving imageBy appointment only NCOX 5265 Videodisc 2 of 3Offsite
Videodisc 3 of 3Moving imageBy appointment only NCOX 5265 Videodisc 3 of 3Offsite

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Description
3 videodiscs (DVD) (18 min.) : sd., col.; 4 3/4 in.
Donor/Sponsor
Gift of the Joseph Papp Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival.
Series Statement
Joseph Papp Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival Moving Image Collection
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Television.
  • Interviews.
Note
  • These videos separated from the New York Shakespeare Festival collection, *T-Mss 1993-028.
  • Dubbed compilation of segments taped off air.
  • No credits on tape; title supplied by cataloger.
  • Videodisc one: 7 min. Videodisc two: 8 min. Videodisc three: 3 min.
  • Videodisc two: relevant content ends ca. 8 min.
Biography (note)
  • Based on the novel by William Saroyan, The human comedy was adapted into an operetta by Galt McDermot with book by William Dumaresq. The show opened at the Royale Theater on April 5, 1984 where it ran for 13 performances.
Contents
  • Videodisc one: Channel 2 news at 5:00, aired New York City, WCBS-TV, 4/5/84. Dennis Cunningham speaks with producer Joseph Papp about his Broadway musical The human comedy, based on the novel by William Saroyan, to open tonight. Papp also discusses the play The nest of the wood grouse by Soviet playwright Victor Rozov and his plans for a movie version of his production of the play Plenty by David Hare -- Channel 2 news, aired WCBS-TV, Channel 2, 4/5/84. Cunningham's review of The human comedy -- Live at five, aired WNBC-TV, Channel 4, 4/5/84. Pia Lindstrom reviews The human comedy -- Ten o'clock news, aired WNYW-TV, Channel 5, 4/5/84.
  • Videodisc two: Stewart Klein reviews the New York Shakespeare Festival production The human comedy which began at the Public Theater and has now opened on Broadway. The show features music by Galt MacDermot and a cast which includes Rex Smith, Leata Galloway and Bonnie Koloc. Includes brief performance footage -- Eyewitness news, aired WABC-TV, Channel 7, 4/5/84. Joel Siegel reviews The human comedy -- News nine at noon, aired WWOR-TV, Channel 9, 4/5/84. Judith Crist reviews The human comedy -- Independent network news, aired WPIX-TV, Channel 11, 4/5/84. Jeffrey Lyons reviews The human comedy.
  • Videodisc three: Independent network news, aired WPIX-TV, Channel 11, 4/5/84. Jeffrey Lyons reviews The human comedy.
Call Number
NCOX 5265
OCLC
NYPT04-F192
Title
New York Shakespeare Festival : related television coverage, April 5, 1984 [videorecording]
Imprint
New York, 1984.
Country of Producing Entity
U.S.
Series
Joseph Papp Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival Moving Image Collection
Summary
Compilation of television coverage related to the New York Shakespeare Festival production The human comedy. Eleven segments from New York City, aired April 5, 1984.
Biography
Based on the novel by William Saroyan, The human comedy was adapted into an operetta by Galt McDermot with book by William Dumaresq. The show opened at the Royale Theater on April 5, 1984 where it ran for 13 performances.
Added Author
Cunningham, Dennis (Dennis M.), reporter.
Cunningham, Dennis (Dennis M.), reviewer.
Klein, Stewart, 1933-1999, reviewer.
Siegel, Joel, 1943-2007, reviewer.
Crist, Judith, reviewer.
Papp, Joseph, interviewee.
WCBS-TV (Television station : New York, N.Y.) producer.
WABC-TV (Television station : New York, N.Y.) producer.
WNYW-TV (Television station : New York, N.Y.) producer.
WWOR-TV (Television station : New York, N.Y.) producer.
WPIX-TV (Television station : New York, N.Y.) producer.
Added Title
Gift of the Joseph Papp Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival.
Research Call Number
NCOX 5265
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