BRIGADOON TV Edition Set for Special Screening & Q&A at the Paley Center Today

BRIGADOON TV Edition Set for Special Screening & Q&A at the Paley Center TodayThe rarely-seen 1966 TV adaptation of Golden Age classic BRIGADOON starring Robert Goulet and Sally Ann Howes is set to be seen in a special screening today at the Paley Center.

The official description of BRIGADOON at the Paley Center is as follows: "This much-celebrated 1966 telecast of Brigadoon, the beloved Lerner & Loewe musical about a legendary village that appears only once every hundred years, was telecast on ABC's Armstrong Circle Theatre starring Robert Goulet, Sally Ann Howes, Peter Falk, Marlyn Mason, and Edward Villella. The broadcast of Brigadoon (which has never been released commercially) was produced and directed by Fielder Cook, adapted for television by Ernest Kinoy, choreographed by Peter Gennaro, and conducted by Irwin Kostal-and went on to win five Emmy Awards including Outstanding Musical Program and Outstanding Director. Following the ninety-minute screening, actress and singer Marlyn Mason ("Meg Brockie") and dancer Edward Villella ("Harry Beaton") will be interviewed by Opera News writer Eric Myers."

BRIGADOON will be screend at 3 PM today, May 17 at the Paley Center.

More information on BRIGADOON at the Paley Center is available at the official site here.


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