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  1. Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, The: 1919-1945 (1984 Multimedia)

    Series
    Theatre in Focus

    Slide set. Since its opening in 1879 the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, renamed the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in 1961, has won worldwide acclaim for the staging of Shakespeare’s plays. The slides show the...

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  2. Muse of Fire, A (1984 Television)

    Series
    All the World’s a Stage
    Producer
    Harry Hastings

    13-part television documentary series on the history of theatre, written and presented by Ronald Harwood. Episode 5, A MUSE OF FIRE, looks at the roots and background to Shakespeare’s theatre. Includes...

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  3. Laurence Olivier. (4 Parts) (1983 Audio)

    Series
    Theatre Archive Project

    Laurence Olivier is interviewed by Kathleen Tynan. He tells of his time at the National Theatre and gives his opinion (not complimentary) on Viscount Chandos, Peter Brook and Peter Hall. He talks at length...

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  4. Theatre Workshop: On Shakespeare’s Stage (1980 Film, Radio)

    Series
    Theatre History
    Director
    Mike Alfreds
    Producer
    Dan Garrett

    BBC audiovisual resource on teaching theatre history for upper secondary school courses (age 13-16). Aided by a filmstrip and slides combining extracts from Cymbeline as performed by the Shared Experience...

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  5. Arena [21/01/1976] (1976 Television)

    aka: Theatre

    Series
    Arena
    Producer
    Julian Jebb

    Television documentary. Jonathan Miller reports on the history of the Roundhouse theatre. Includes a discussion between Kenneth Tynan and Trevor Nunn on the development of Shakespeare stage productions.

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  6. Play’s the Thing, The (1964 Radio)

    Series
    There is a Play Tonight:plays of Shakespeare in Performances
    Producer
    John Powell (2)

    First in a 3-part series examining Shakespeare in performance. Devised and produced by John Powell, the programmes are compiled with recordings from the Sound Archives featuring voices and opinions of...

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  7. Speak the Speech (1964 Radio)

    Series
    There is a Play Tonight: Plays of Shakespeare in Performances
    Producer
    John Powell (2)

    Second in a 3-part series examining Shakespeare in performance. Devised and produced by John Powell, the programmes are compiled with recordings from the Sound Archives featuring voices and opinions of...

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  8. Omnibus[03/03/1957] (1957 Television)

    aka: Theatre Breaks Loose

    Series
    Omnibus (Us Series)
    Director
    David Greene
    Producer
    Robert Saudek

    US arts series introduced by Alistair Cooke. In a 45 min item entitled ‘The Theatre Breaks Loose’ directed by David Greene, critic Walter Kerr chronicles the history of theatre from the Greeks to the...

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