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|Named Person:||John Ford; Val Kilmer; Mandy Patinkin; Estelle Parsons; Anna Deavere Smith; JoAnne Akalitis; Galt MacDermot; Marvin Hamlisch|
|Document Type:||Visual material, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Joseph Papp; Val Kilmer; Mandy Patinkin; Estelle Parsons; Anna Deavere Smith; John Simon; Frederick Wiseman; JoAnne Akalitis; Cecilia Vega; John Leguizamo; Jodi Reed; Galt MacDermot; Marvin Hamlisch; WABC-TV (Television station : New York, N.Y.); WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.); WNYE-TV (Television station : New York, N.Y.); British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.; New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater.
|Notes:||These videos separated from the New York Shakespeare Festival collection, *T-Mss 1993-028.
Compilation of segments mostly taped off air. Segments are compiled on 15 separate videocassettes.
Broadcast, credit and content information gathered from New York Shakespeare Festival inventory list.
Title supplied by cataloger.
Videocassettes contain extraneous material.
Videocassette one (221 min.): 62nd Annual Academy Awards, aired WABC-TV, Channel 7, 3/26/90. Includes segments with Kevin Kline, Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn, Michelle Pfeiffer, Elizabeth McGovern and Robert De Niro. Denzel Washington is nominated and accepts Best Actor in a Supporting Role. Clip from Driving Miss Daisy with Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy. Morgan Freeman is nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role but loses to Daniel Day-Lewis.
Videocassette two (180 min.): Central Park, aired WNET-TV, Channel 13, 4/23/90. Documentary about Central Park by Frederick Wiseman. Segment begins at 138 min.
Videocassette three (150 min.): 1990 Tony Awards, aired WCBS-TV, Channel 2, 6/3/90. Broadcast from the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, hosted by Kathleen Turner. As part of the evening's entertainment Kevin Kline performs an excerpt from Hamlet (advice to the players) and Morgan Freeman performs Jacques from As you like it ("All the world's a stage...").
Videocassette four (7 min.): 60 minutes, aired WCBS-TV, Channel 2, 3/17/91. Re: New York Times drama critic Frank Rich, 3/17/91. Segment starts at 52 min.
Videocassette five (117 min.): WORLDNET 2372/ARNET 864, aired 10/24/91. Discussion concerning the 19th Annual Cervatino Festival in Guanajuato and the Joseph Papp/New York Shakespeare Festival, Festival Latino in New York. Guests include Festival Latino co-director Cecilia Vega, actor John Leguizamo, and producer Jodi Reed. Program is in Spanish.
Videocassette six (14 min.): Edge #107 NEA, aired BBC-TV, 3/3/92. Discussion regarding the future of the National Endowment for the Arts and what its funds will be used for with New York Shakespeare Festival creative director JoAnne Akalaitis.
Videocassette seven (30 min.): Later with Bob Costas, aired WNBC-TV, Channel 4, 4/1/1992. Interview with actor Val Kilmer re: the New York Shakespeare Festival production 'Tis pity she's a whore.
Videocassette eight (14 min.): Metro Magazine, aired WNYE-TV, Channel 25, 5/30/92. Playwright/performer Anna Deavere Smith discusses her one-woman show Fires in the mirror, at the Public Theater in New York. Segment begins at 30 min.
Videocassette nine (136 min.): 1992 Tony Awards, aired WCBS-TV, Channel 2, 5/31/92. Starring Glenn Close, Farrah Fawcett.
Videocassette ten (14 min.): Metro magazine aired WNYC-TV, Channel 25, 5/21/92. Interview with Anna Deavere Smith. (Repeat of segment found on videocassette eight.) Segment begins at 1 min.
Videocassette eleven (30 min.): Njujursko pozorist, aired Yugoslavian Television. Program on New York theater. Includes clips of the New York Shakespeare Festival productions A chorus line, The mystery of Edwin Drood and Hair. Narrated by drama critic John Simon. Program is in Yugoslavian [Serbian? Croatian?] with English subtitles. Segment begins at 60 min.
Videocassette twelve (10 min.): Tonight show with Johnny Carson, aired WNBC-TV, Channel 4, ca. 1992. Interview with actor/director Estelle Parsons. Segment starts at 25 min.
Videocassette thirteen (7 min.): Excerpts from an unidentified performance broadcast featuring Mandy Patinkin, and others singing songs from Broadway. Includes excerpts from a solo number and finale with group. Date of broadcast is unknown.
Videocassette fourteen (16 min.): Interview with composer Galt MacDermot. Date of interview is unknown. Sound and visual quality are poor. MacDermot discusses the musical Hair and other aspects of his work, and plays an excerpt from the song Aquarius.
Videocassette fifteen (8 min.): Arts & Leisure Entertainment Network, aired Cable TV, Channel 30, 4/10/92, with host/interviewer Robert Klein. Marvin Hamlisch sits at the piano and plays Broadway tunes that influenced his career and discusses his involvement as a composer for A chorus line. The program focuses on Broadway musicals. Segment begins at 9 min.
|Description:||15 videocassettes (VHS) (954 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.|
|Series Title:||Joseph Papp Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival Moving Image Collection|
|Other Titles:||Central Park (Motion Picture)|
- Ford, John, -- 1586-approximately 1640. -- 'Tis pity she's a whore.
- Kilmer, Val, -- 1959-
- Patinkin, Mandy.
- Parsons, Estelle.
- Smith, Anna Deavere.
- Akalitis, JoAnne.
- MacDermot, Galt -- Interviews.
- Hamlisch, Marvin -- Interviews.
- New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater.
- Dramatists -- Interviews.
- Theatrical producers and directors -- Interviews.
- Actors -- Interviews.
- Composers -- Interviews.
- Theater critics.
- Theatrical producers and directors.
- Theater -- New York (State) -- New York.
- Theatrical productions -- New York (State) -- New York -- 1971-1980.
- Hispanic American theater.
- Hispanic Americans in the performing arts.