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Neil Simon - About Neil Simon

Simon has been showered with more Academy and Tony nominations than any other writer, and is the only playwright to have 4 Broadway plays running simultaneously.

Nov 3rd, 2000 | 21 comments

Al Hirschfeld - About Al Hirschfeld

Delightfully quirky and compassionate, Al Hirschfeld has immortalized the icons of American theater and film for the better part of the 20th-century.

Oct 31st, 2000 | 1 comment

Tennessee Williams: Exploring the American Dream - Lesson Overview

The American Master’s Series lesson on Tennessee Williams will consist of three thematic components: (1) an examination of the lyric form and mythology, (2) exploration of the dramatic form, and (3) an examination of the American Dream.

Oct 29th, 2000 | 0 comments

Hank Williams: Still Singing After All These Years - Lesson Overview

In this lesson students will think critically about a set of country and western music facts and predict whether the statements are true or false, write a bio poem based on the life and work of Hank Williams, and create a class "Hank, We Can't Help it if We're Still in Love With You" poster.

Oct 28th, 2000 | 0 comments

Sidney Poitier - About Sidney Poitier

More than an actor (and Academy-Award winner), Sidney Poitier is an artist, a writer and director, a thinker and critic, a humanitarian and diplomat.

Oct 19th, 2000 | 28 comments

Sidney Poitier - Filmmaker Interview - Lee Grant

More than an actor (and Academy-Award winner), Sidney Poitier is an artist, a writer and director, a thinker and critic, a humanitarian and diplomat.

Oct 19th, 2000 | 0 comments

Sidney Poitier - Timeline

More than an actor (and Academy-Award winner), Sidney Poitier is an artist, a writer and director, a thinker and critic, a humanitarian and diplomat.

Oct 19th, 2000 | 0 comments
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