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Procedures for Teachers

INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITIES: Time Allotment: one to two class periods 1. Many students may not know the history of the Cold War or understand the communist system of government. To create a stronger understanding of both, ask the students to close their eyes and imagine as you read the A Day in the Life handout aloud. […]

Organizers for Students

The following links will pop up a new window. Each new window will contain a Student Organizer or Activity sheet for you to print out. What Is Soul? Study Guide Viewing Guide

Procedures for Teachers

INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITIES: Time Allotment: one class period 1. Many students may not have a clear understanding of the characteristics of soul music. Have them go to the Stax Museum of American Soul Music homepage at http://www.soulsvilleusa.com and listen to two to three minutes of the seven audio clips featured there. The clips are of songs […]

GP at the Met: La Fille du Règiment

Production Credits

Web Credits Producer: Anu Krishnan Designer: Lenny Drozner Graphic Art: Ying Zhou-Hudson, Emily Nonouchi Technical Director: Brian Lee Production Assistant: Diana Cofresí-Terrero Copy Editor: Leslie Kriesel HTML Implementation: Brian Santalone GREAT PERFORMANCES Web pages copyright © 2007 Educational Broadcasting Corporation. Thirteen Online is a production of Thirteen/WNET New York’s Kravis Multimedia Education Center in New […]

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The Nutcracker from the Royal Ballet

Production Credits

Web Credits Producer: Anu Krishnan Art Director: Sabina Daley Designer & Flash Programmer: Karen Mattson Graphic Art: Karen Mattson, Ruiyan Xu Technical Director: Brian Lee PHP Scripting: Ben Chappel Production Assistant: Kenny Li Copy Editor: Leslie Kriesel Lesson Plans: Developed and created by Bay Breeze Educational Resources (http://www.bay-breeze.com/). Bay Breeze provides engaging K-12 technology-based curriculum […]

“South Pacific” in Concert from Carnegie Hall

Production Credits

Performers Reba McEntire: Ensign Nellie Forbush Brian Stokes Mitchell: Emile de Becque Jason Danieley: Lt. Joseph Cable Lillias White: Bloody Mary Conrad John Schuck: Capt. George Brackett Dylan Baker: Cmdr. William Harbison Alec Baldwin: Luther Billis Alexio Barboza: Jerome, Emile’s son Alex de Castro: Ngana, Emile’s daughter Renita Croney: Liat, Bloody Mary’s daughter Alexander Gemignani: […]

“South Pacific” in Concert from Carnegie Hall

Interview: Brian Stokes Mitchell, Actor

Brian Stokes Mitchell, the dashing baritone and acclaimed actor in several Broadway productions, plays the French planter Emile de Becque in the concert version of “South Pacific.” Mitchell was born in Seattle and grew up on naval bases in Guam and the Philippines, where his father was a civilian engineer for the military. He began […]

“South Pacific” in Concert from Carnegie Hall

Essay: A New Challenge for Not-So-New Talents

The year 1949 found Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein at a crossroads in their collaboration. They had enjoyed outstanding success together with “Oklahoma!” (1943) and “Carousel” (1945) on stage and with STATE FAIR (1945) on the screen, but they had stumbled awkwardly with “Allegro” (1947) on Broadway. The ambitious, experimental work had much to recommend […]

“South Pacific” in Concert from Carnegie Hall

Introduction

“SOUTH PACIFIC” IN CONCERT FROM CARNEGIE HALL premiered on April 26, 2006 on PBS (check local listings). Based on James Michener’s Pulitzer Prize-winning collection of short stories TALES OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s own Pulitzer Prize-winning blockbuster was a landmark of post-World War II Broadway, a provocative romantic drama that beguiled audiences with […]