Omnibus

Season 8 Episode 3

A Midwinter Night's Dream

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Aired Sunday 4:00 PM Jan 01, 1961 on CBS
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A Midwinter Night's Dream
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Leonard Bernstein will conduct William Schuman's "American Festival Overture," an excerpt with a brilliant scene from Shakespeare's "King John," beautifully played by Max Helpmann and Hayward Morse. Selections from Mozart's "Don Giovanni" will be played and the New York City Ballet Company will appear in a segment of Balanchine's "The Figure in the Carpet."moreless

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      • From New York's Lincoln Center of Performing Arts. Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic, the New York City Ballet and Metropolitan Opera stars are among the talent.

      • Omnibus aired a repeat of "Abraham Lincoln: The Early Years" on February 5, 1961.

        This program originally was broadcast as a one hour program in 1955, 1956 and 1959. The current version is substantially the same, but with minor re-editing, and is offered in observance of the Civil War Centennial and Lincoln's Birthday.

        The late James Agee is author of the script. The Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist won wide acclaim for this program.

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