NET Playhouse

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NET Playhouse
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GenreAnthology
Written byWilliam Alfred
Maxwell Anderson
Arthur Barron
Lewis Carroll
Christopher Fry
Henrik Ibsen
Milard Lampell
Robert Lowell
Archibald MacLeish
Loring Mandel
Arthur Miller
Clifford Odets
Ronald Ribman
Jack Richardson (writer)
Carl Sandburg
George Bernard Shaw
Jean Shepherd
David Silver
Lane Slate
Gertrude Stein
Igor Stravinsky
Megan Terry
Victor Ullman
John Wheatcroft
Oscar Wilde
Thornton Wilder
Tennessee Williams
Lanford Wilson
Paul Zindel
Timothy Mayer
Directed byArthur Barron
Fred Barzyk
Paul Bogart
Marc Daniels
Glenn Jordan
Nathan Kroll
Jack Landau (director)
Arthur Allan Seidelman
Paul Sills
Lane Slate
Timothy Mayer
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons6
No. of episodes228
Production
Executive producer(s)Curtis W. Davis
Jac Venza
CinematographyBoyd Estus
Release
Original networkNET (1966-1970)
PBS (1970-1972)
Audio formatMonaural
Original releaseOctober 10, 1966 (1966-10-10) – January 5, 1972 (1972-25-05)
External links
Website

NET Playhouse was an American dramatic television anthology series produced by National Educational Television. NET subsequently merged with WNDT Newark to form WNET, and was superseded by the Public Broadcasting Service, though the NET title did remain. In addition to episodes produced in the United States, the series also aired episodes that were originally produced and broadcast in the United Kingdom. The series occasionally broadcast feature films, such as L'Avventura and Knife in the Water.[1]

Partial list of episodes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CTVA U.S. Anthology "NET Playhouse" (WNDT/WNET, 1966-72)". Retrieved July 24, 2018.
  2. ^ La MaMa Archives Digital Collections. "Special Event: La Mama Playwrights on NET Playhouse". Accessed July 24, 2018.
  3. ^ La MaMa Archives Digital Collections. "Production: La Mama Playwrights on NET Playhouse (re-broadcast)". Accessed July 24, 2018.
  4. ^ "N.E.T. Playhouse" listing, Pasadena Independent Star-News, May 14, 1967, "TV Week" section, p. 22.

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