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New York, New York. / [Interview with Joseph Papp]

Author: Thomas D AdelmanBruce CantandaRichard DermanAndrew J SteinJoseph PappAll authors
Publisher: New York, 1983.
Series: Joseph Papp Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival Moving Image Collection
Edition/Format:   DVD video   Archival Material : English
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Andrew Stein speaks with theatrical producer Joseph Papp about arts and culture in New York City. Papp speaks about the high ticket prices for Broadway shows; his recent decision to refuse funding from the City's department of Cultural Affairs; government subsidy of the arts abroad and in comparison with the United States; the Reagan administration's cuts in arts funding; the possibility of a national theater,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Television
Interviews
Named Person: Joseph Papp
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas D Adelman; Bruce Cantanda; Richard Derman; Andrew J Stein; Joseph Papp; Group W Cable.; New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater.
OCLC Number: 85031486
Notes: This video separated from the New York Shakespeare Festival collection, *T-Mss 1993-028.
Event notes: First broadcast Manhattan Cable Television, New York, N.Y. August 11, 1983.
Description: 1 videodisc (DVD) (29 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Series Title: Joseph Papp Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival Moving Image Collection
Other Titles: New York, New York w/Andrew Stein, rec[orded] live 8/11/83, guest Joe Papp
Responsibility: produced for Group W Cable ; Thomas D. Adelman, director ; Bruce Catanda, producer ; Richard Derman, executive producer.

Abstract:

Andrew Stein speaks with theatrical producer Joseph Papp about arts and culture in New York City. Papp speaks about the high ticket prices for Broadway shows; his recent decision to refuse funding from the City's department of Cultural Affairs; government subsidy of the arts abroad and in comparison with the United States; the Reagan administration's cuts in arts funding; the possibility of a national theater, modeled on Britain's example, for the United States; the need for government support of small arts organizations; the recent concert given by Diana Ross in the Sheep Meadow in Central Park, which attracted over 600,000; the future development of the Broadway theater district. At 12 min. Papp responds to viewers' questions on various topics, including Actors' Equity control over British theatrical exports and exchanges; his failure to support a recent plan for an artists' housing project; the subsidization of theater owners' real estate taxes in order to reduce ticket prices.

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