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I Love Lucy: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Sitcom (Part One of Two)
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The onscreen pairing of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz is at the heart of one of the most popular TV shows in history. Who would have thought that to get on the air, they had to battle both a network and a sponsor who thought the show couldn't possibly succeed? Playwright Gregg Oppenheimer – son of "I Love Lucy’s" creator Jess Oppenheimer – spins the hilarious true story behind America’s beloved TV comedy. Includes an interview with playwright Gregg Oppenheimer. Directed by Michael Hackett. An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast production, starring (in alphabetical order): Ron Bottita as William S. Paley, William Frawley, and others; Seamus Dever as Jess Oppenheimer; Sarah Drew as Lucille Ball; Abigail Marks as Vivian Vance, Betty Garrett, and others; Matthew Floyd Miller as Don Sharpe, Bob LeMond and others; Rob Nagle as Hubbell Robinson and others; Oscar Nunez as Desi Arnaz; And Nick Toren as Harry Ackerman Music performed by Doug Walter. The "I Love Lucy" theme song used with permission of MPL Music Publishing and Songwriters Guild of America. Original music by Doug Walter. Sound Effects Artist, Aaron Lyons. Production Manager, Rick V. Moreno. Script Supervisor, Nikki Hyde. Senior Radio Producer, Ronn Lipkin. Associate Artistic Director, Anna Lyse Erikson. Editor, Mitchell Lindskoog. Recording Engineer, Sound Designer, and Mixer, Mark Holden for The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood

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I Love Lucy: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Sitcom (Part Two of Two)
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The onscreen pairing of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz is at the heart of one of the most popular TV shows in history. Who would have thought that to get on the air, they had to battle both a network and a sponsor who thought the show couldn't possibly succeed? Playwright Gregg Oppenheimer – son of "I Love Lucy’s" creator Jess Oppenheimer – spins the hilarious true story behind America’s beloved TV comedy. Includes an interview with playwright Gregg Oppenheimer. Directed by Michael Hackett. An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast production, starring (in alphabetical order): Ron Bottita as William S. Paley, William Frawley, and others; Seamus Dever as Jess Oppenheimer; Sarah Drew as Lucille Ball; Abigail Marks as Vivian Vance, Betty Garrett, and others; Matthew Floyd Miller as Don Sharpe, Bob LeMond and others; Rob Nagle as Hubbell Robinson and others; Oscar Nunez as Desi Arnaz; And Nick Toren as Harry Ackerman Music performed by Doug Walter. The "I Love Lucy" theme song used with permission of MPL Music Publishing and Songwriters Guild of America. Original music by Doug Walter. Sound Effects Artist, Aaron Lyons. Production Manager, Rick V. Moreno. Script Supervisor, Nikki Hyde. Senior Radio Producer, Ronn Lipkin. Associate Artistic Director, Anna Lyse Erikson. Editor, Mitchell Lindskoog. Recording Engineer, Sound Designer, and Mixer, Mark Holden for The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood

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The Autumn Garden (Part Two of Two)
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A Chekhovian comedy from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lillian Hellman about the sad and funny frailties of human existence. As the summer of 1949 draws to a close, a group of middle-aged friends are gathering for their annual retreat at a genteel Southern resort. An acquaintance from the past thrusts himself into the yearly gathering, forcing them to re-examine their mundane yet seemingly idyllic existence, the opportunities they've lost, and the lives that have passed them by. Directed by JoBeth Williams Glenne Headly as Rose Griggs Julie Harris as Mrs. Mary Ellis David Clennon as Mrs. Mary Ellis Eric Stoltz as Edward Crossman Scott Wolf as Frederick Ellis Roxanne Hart as Carrie Ellis Tracy Middendorf as Sophie Tuckerman Jeronimo Spinx as Leon Gates McFadden as Constance Tuckerman David Selby as Nicholas Denery Mary Steenburgen as Nicholas Denery Lynne Marta as Hilda

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The Autumn Garden (Part One of Two)
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A Chekhovian comedy from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lillian Hellman about the sad and funny frailties of human existence. As the summer of 1949 draws to a close, a group of middle-aged friends are gathering for their annual retreat at a genteel Southern resort. An acquaintance from the past thrusts himself into the yearly gathering, forcing them to re-examine their mundane yet seemingly idyllic existence, the opportunities they've lost, and the lives that have passed them by. Directed by JoBeth Williams Glenne Headly as Rose Griggs Julie Harris as Mrs. Mary Ellis David Clennon as Mrs. Mary Ellis Eric Stoltz as Edward Crossman Scott Wolf as Frederick Ellis Roxanne Hart as Carrie Ellis Tracy Middendorf as Sophie Tuckerman Jeronimo Spinx as Leon Gates McFadden as Constance Tuckerman David Selby as Nicholas Denery Mary Steenburgen as Nicholas Denery Lynne Marta as Hilda

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The Picture Of Dorian Gray (Part Two of Two)
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Oscar Wilde’s "The Picture of Dorian Gray" is widely considered to be one of the classics of contemporary Western literature. Dorian Gray, the subject of artist Basil Hallward’s painting, becomes obsessed with his own vanity, and adopts a brand of hedonism that ultimately leads to his own misery and demise. Adapted by Paul Edwards. A Wisdom Bridge Theatre co-production. Recorded before a live audience at the Guest Quarters Suite Hotel, Chicago in May 1992. Directed by Terry McCabe & Jeffrey Ortmann Steve Juergens as Dorian Gray Colleen Crimmins as Sibyl Vane Roger Mueller as Lord Henry Wotton Thomas Carroll as Basil Hallward Jim Ortlieb as Lord Fermor/Victor Pauline Brailsford as Mrs. Leaf Rush Pearson as Alan Campbell Martin Duffy as Theatre Manager/Francis

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The Picture Of Dorian Gray (Part One of Two)
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Oscar Wilde’s "The Picture of Dorian Gray" is widely considered to be one of the classics of contemporary Western literature. Dorian Gray, the subject of artist Basil Hallward’s painting, becomes obsessed with his own vanity, and adopts a brand of hedonism that ultimately leads to his own misery and demise. Adapted by Paul Edwards. A Wisdom Bridge Theatre co-production. Recorded before a live audience at the Guest Quarters Suite Hotel, Chicago in May 1992. Directed by Terry McCabe & Jeffrey Ortmann Steve Juergens as Dorian Gray Colleen Crimmins as Sibyl Vane Roger Mueller as Lord Henry Wotton Thomas Carroll as Basil Hallward Jim Ortlieb as Lord Fermor/Victor Pauline Brailsford as Mrs. Leaf Rush Pearson as Alan Campbell Martin Duffy as Theatre Manager/Francis

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My Teacher Fried My Brains (Excerpt)
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A clip from Bruce Coville's "My Teacher Fried My Brains" narrated by Arye Gross.

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My Teacher Is An Alien (Excerpt)
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A clip from Bruce Coville's "My Teacher is an Alien" narrated by Lisa Bonet.

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