American plays

This subject guide to American plays on British television lists playwrights alphabetically.

Edward Albee
From Edward Albee to Tennessee Williams: American drama on the British small screen

Marc Connelly
From Edward Albee to Tennessee Williams: American drama on the British small screen

Julien Green
From Edward Albee to Tennessee Williams: American drama on the British small screen

Moss Hart and George Kaufman
Once in a Lifetime (1938): In the beginning: two traces
From Edward Albee to Tennessee Williams: American drama on the British small screen
Once in a Lifetime (BBC-WNET, 1988)

Arthur Miller
Arthur Miller on the small screen 1: Death of a Salesman
Arthur Miller on the small screen 2: Granada productions in the late 1950s
Arthur Miller on the small screen 3: The Crucible

Arthur Miller on the small screen 4: A View from the Bridge
Arthur Miller on the small screen 5: Broken Glass (BBC, 1997)
From Edward Albee to Tennessee Williams: American drama on the British small screen

Clifford Odets
From Edward Albee to Tennessee Williams: American drama on the British small screen
Rocket to the Moon (Channel 4-PBS, 1986)

Eugene O’Neill
partially discussed in Pre-war theatre from BBC Television, 3.
Long Day’s Journey into Night (ATV for ITV, 1973)
O’Neill on the small screen [draft]
From Edward Albee to Tennessee Williams: American drama on the British small screen
World Theatre: Strange Interlude (BBC, 1958)

Charles Sebree and Greer Johnson
From Edward Albee to Tennessee Williams: American drama on the British small screen
Mrs Patterson (BBC, 1956)

Tennessee Williams
From Edward Albee to Tennessee Williams: American drama on the British small screen
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Granada for ITV, 1976)

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