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Byrne and Joyce Piven discuss "Five Stories", a theater production which draws on works of Chekhov, Faulkner, Singer and Joyce.
Cast members Philip Anglin, Ken Ruta and Penny Fuller talk about their roles as John Merrick, Mr. Treves and Mrs. Kendal, respectively. They also talk about having great appreciation for their roles and being able to see audience's reactions to their performances.
Discussing "Two-part invention" at the Goodman Theater with cast members Jerome Kilty, Leonard Frey and Avril Gentles.
Discussing the production of "I'd rather be right" by Kaufman and Hart with Frank Farrell and Sheldon Patinkin.
Discussing the one man show as Charles Dickens at North Light Repertory Theatre with the actor Emlyn Williams.
Lily Tomlin and her colleagues, George Boyd, Cheryl Swanek, Louis St. Louis and Larry Freeman talk about their working together. St. Louis says working with Lily is similar to being on an eternal vacation. Freeman says Lily will tell you if there's a problem with the production. Four of Tomlin's comic pieces are included in the interview.
In this interview with Terkel, folk singer-songwriter Arlo Guthrie talks about what influences his songwriting and the new definition of folk music. They touch on the shared experience of humanity, the role of the entertainer in society, and the older generation’s contributions to society. Guthrie expresses a desire to create a music “carnival” where performers and audience members both participate together. Guthrie also discusses how he began playing the banjo, and Studs comments on how Arlo has grown as a musician since his father's, Woody Guthrie, death.