Festival (Canadian TV series)

Festival (initially titled Festival '61) is a Canadian entertainment anthology television series which aired on CBC Television from 1960 to 1969.

Festival
Country of originCanada
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons9
Production
Executive producerRobert Allen[1]
Original release
NetworkCBC Television
Release10 October 1960 (1960-10-10) –
26 March 1969 (1969-03-26)

Premise edit

CBC Television aired dramatic and musical anthology series such as Scope and Folio during the 1950s. Robert Allen, a producer on Folio, became supervising producer of the new Festival series.[2][3]

Production edit

The production cost of a typical Festival drama show was approximately $45,000 in 1961, among the highest production costs of CBC programming at the time.[4] Productions such as a ballet performance or a Gilbert and Sullivan play could cost $60,000 for CBC.[4]

Scheduling edit

This series was broadcast as follows:

Day Time Season run Duration (minutes)
Monday 9:30 p.m. 10 October 1960 19 June 1961 60-90
Monday 9:30 p.m. 2 October 1961 11 June 1962 60-90
Monday 9:30 p.m. 1 October 1962 20 May 1963 60-135
Wednesday 9:30 p.m. 2 October 1963 24 June 1964 90
Wednesday 9:30 p.m. 7 October 1964 30 June 1965 30
Wednesday 9:30 p.m. 15 September 1965 6 July 1966 30
Wednesday 9:30 p.m. 14 September 1966 10 May 1967 90
Wednesday 9:30 p.m. 4 October 1967 8 May 1968 90
Wednesday 9:30 p.m. 30 October 1968 26 March 1969 90

Seasons edit

1960-61 edit

Festival was pre-empted some weeks with such programming as specials from the Omnibus or Hall of Fame series, or by sports (hockey, football), or by other special programs.

Title Writer Original air date
"H.M.S. Pinafore"Gilbert and Sullivan10 October 1960 (1960-10-10)
Features the Stratford Festival cast, produced by Norman Campbell[1]
"Colombe"Jean Anouilh (play), Ivor Barry (adaptation)17 October 1960 (1960-10-17)
Starring Kathleen Widdoes, Jeremy Wilkin, Mary Savidge, Timothy Findley[5]
"The Old Ladies"Hugh Walpole31 October 1960 (1960-10-31)
Drama starring Martita Hunt (Agatha), Frances Hyland (Miss Berringer), Betty Leighton (Lucy Amorest)[6][7]
"Peking Opera"Unknown21 November 1960 (1960-11-21)
Recorded in Montreal, the Chinese troupe performs acrobatics, dance, mime, music and weapon-play.[8]
"Julius Caesar"William Shakespeare, adapted by Paul Almond19 December 1960 (1960-12-19)
Starring Gillie Fenwick, Bruno Gerussi, Frances Hyland, Douglas Rain, Kate Reid, William Shatner, Fritz Weaver; produced by Paul Almond[9]
"Ring Round the Moon"Jean Anouilh2 January 1961 (1961-01-02)
Starring Toby Robins, Sharon Acker, Leo Ciceri[10]
"Home of the Brave"Arthur Laurents9 January 1961 (1961-01-09)
Starring James Doohan, Ted Follows, Mavor Moore, Dino Narizzano, George Sperdakos[11]
"Lord Arthur Savile's Crime"Oscar Wilde16 January 1961 (1961-01-16)
Starring Margaret Braidwood, Martha Buhs, John Colicos, Joseph Shaw[12]
"Elektra"Richard Strauss, Franz Kraemer translation23 January 1961 (1961-01-23)
Starring Richard Cassily, Victor Godfrey, Virginia Gordoni, Ilona Kombrink, Elena Nikolaidi;[13] Music was performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Walter Susskind. The production was recorded early January 1961 in Toronto and cost $60,000.[14]
"The Subject is Beethoven"Unknown6 February 1961 (1961-02-06)
Glenn Gould performs the music of Beethoven, accompanied by cellist Leonard Rose[15]
"Three Sisters"Anton Chekhov13 February 1961 (1961-02-13)
Starring Frances Hyland, Michael Learned, Kate Reid[16]
"Night Must Fall"Emlyn Williams20 February 1961 (1961-02-20)
Drama starring Madeleine Christie, Neil McCallum, Jill Showell[17]
"The Dumb Waiter / The Zoo Story"Unknown6 March 1961 (1961-03-06)
Two plays by Harold Pinter and Edward Albee respectively[18]
"Orphee"Christoph Willibald Gluck13 March 1961 (1961-03-13)
Opera[19]
"An Omnibus of American Songs"Unknown20 March 1961 (1961-03-20)
"Great Expectations"Charles Dickens27 March 1961 (1961-03-27)
Starring Rex Hagon, Michael Learned, Cathleen Nesbitt, Douglas Rain[21]
"Royal Gambit"Unknown3 April 1961 (1961-04-03)
Starring Katherine Blake, Albert Dekker, Louise Nicol, Kate Reid, Tani Seitz[22]
"The Subject is Beethoven (repeat)"Unknown17 April 1961 (1961-04-17)
Rebroadcast from 6 February 1961, featuring Glenn Gould[23]
"Pictures in the Hallway"Seán O'Casey24 April 1961 (1961-04-24)
Starring Douglas Rain (narrator), Frances Hyland, Diana Maddox, Liam Redmond[24]
"The Dybbuk"S. Ansky1 May 1961 (1961-05-01)
Starring Luther Adler (Rabbi), Dino Narizzano (Channon), Avra Petrides (Leah), Joseph Wiseman (Messenger); produced by Harvey Hart, adapted by Mac Shoub[25]
"The Police"Sławomir Mrożek8 May 1961 (1961-05-08)
"Falstaff"Verdi15 May 1961 (1961-05-15)
"The Pupil"Henry James22 May 1961 (1961-05-22)
Starring Albert Dekker, William Job[28]
"The Quare Fellow"Brendan Behan29 May 1961 (1961-05-29)
"The Offbeats"Jacques Languirand (English adaptation of his play Les Insolites)5 June 1961 (1961-06-05)
Starring Peter Brockington, James Doohan (Jules), James Edmond, Gillie Fenwick, Jill Foster, Eric House (Barman), Charles Palmer (Ernest), Catherine Proctor, Drew Thompson (Pitt); produced by Mario Prizek[30]
"The Killdeer"Unknown12 June 1961 (1961-06-12)
Starring Don Bryn, Kate Reid[31]
"The Luck of Ginger Coffey"Brian Moore (novel), M. Charles Cohen (adaptation)19 June 1961 (1961-06-19)
Starring Douglas Rain, Diana Maddox;[32] season finale produced by Harvey Hart.[33]


1961-62 edit

The program was simply billed as Festival in its second season. Most pre-empted weeks were for special episodes of Camera Canada.

Title Writer Original air date
"The Pirates of Penzance"Gilbert and Sullivan2 October 1961 (1961-10-02)
A performance by the Stratford Festival, recorded in Toronto; starring Irene Byatt (Ruth), Andrew Downie (Frederic), Howell Glynne (Sergeant of Police), Eric House (Major General), Harry Mossfield (Pirate King), Marion Studholme (Mabel); directed for television by Norman Campbell[34][35]
"Ondine"Jean Giraudoux9 October 1961 (1961-10-09)
Kathleen Widdoes plays the title role[36]
"The Dream of Peter Mann"Bernard Kops16 October 1961 (1961-10-16)
"Land of the Old Song"Unknown23 October 1961 (1961-10-23)
Ed McCurdy performs Nova Scotian folk songs[38]
"The Blue Hotel"Stephen Crane, adapted by James Agee6 November 1961 (1961-11-06)
Starring Howard Da Silva[39]
"Carmen"Bizet20 November 1961 (1961-11-20)
Featuring the Metropolitan Opera's Belen Amparan[40]
"Sleep of Prisoners"Christopher Fry27 November 1961 (1961-11-27)
Paul Almond produced this drama[41]
"Swan Lake"Tchaikovsky18 December 1961 (1961-12-18)
Performed by the National Ballet Company of Canada[42]
"A Cradle of Willow"Dorothy Wright25 December 1961 (1961-12-25)
Christmas drama starring Eric Christmas, Leo Ciceri, Dino Narizzano, Tony Van Bridge[43]
"Traveller Without Luggage"Jean Anouilh1 January 1962 (1962-01-01)
Starring Geoffrey Alexander James Douglas, Jane Mallet, Norman Renault, Mary Savidge[44]
"The Day of the Dodo"Ron Boorne8 January 1962 (1962-01-08)
Drama concerning aeronautical workers; starring John Drainie, Bruno Gerussi, William Needles, Kate Reid[45]
"The Lady's Not For Burning"Christopher Fry15 January 1962 (1962-01-15)
Starring Zoe Caldwell (Jennet Jourdemayne), Eric Christmas (Mayor Hebble Tyson), Donald Harron (Thomas Mendip), Mary Savidge (Margaret Devize); produced by Paul Almond, costumes by Horst Daniz, sets by Rudi Dorn[46]
"An Evening With Gilbert and Sullivan"Unknown22 January 1962 (1962-01-22)
Portions of Gilbert and Sullivan's works are performed by the Stratford Light Opera: portions of The Mikado, The Pirates of Penzance and The Yeoman of the Guard, plus the full version of Trial By Jury; produced by Norman Campbell[47]
"The Queen and the Rebels"Ugo Betts5 February 1962 (1962-02-05)
Starring Barbara Chilcott, Donald Harron, Charmion King, Mavor Moore[48]
"Elizabeth the Queen"Maxwell Anderson12 February 1962 (1962-02-12)
Historical drama starring Eric Christmas, Leo Ciceri, Donald Davis, Peter Donat, Judith Evelyn, Douglas Rains[49]
"Bousille and the Just"Gratien Gelinas26 February 1962 (1962-02-26)
Starring James Doohan, Gratien Gelinas, Charmion King, Larry Mann[50]
"The Apple Cart"George Bernard Shaw5 March 1962 (1962-03-05)
Starring Zoe Caldwell (Orinthia), Murray Matheson (King Magnus), Mary Savidge, Tony Van Bridge, Norman Welsh[51]
"The Offshore Island"Marghanita Laski, adapted by Hugh Webster12 March 1962 (1962-03-12)
Drama set following a nuclear war[52]
"The Duchess of Malfi"John Webster19 March 1962 (1962-03-19)
Starring Lloyd Bochner, Frances Hyland (Duchess of Malfi), Douglas Rain (Bosola), Powys Thomas, John Vernon; directed by Mario Prizek[53]
"The Luck of Ginger Coffey"Brian Moore2 April 1962 (1962-04-02)
repeat of 19 June 1961 broadcast[54]
"Grand Exits"Jacques Languirand16 April 1962 (1962-04-16)
Starring John Drainie, Frances Hyland, Norma Renault[55]
"Macbeth"William Shakespeare23 April 1962 (1962-04-23)
Starring Zoe Caldwell, Sean Connery, William Needles Powys Thomas[56]
"The Brass Pounder from Illinois"Tommy Tweed7 May 1962 (1962-05-07)
Concerns the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway under William Van Horne[57]
"The Offshore Island"Marghanita Laski, adapted by Hugh Webster14 May 1962 (1962-05-14)
repeat of the 12 March 1962 broadcast[58]
"Eugene Ormandy Conducts"Unknown21 May 1962 (1962-05-21)
The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra performs works by American songwriters under the direction of Ormandy[59]
"The Collection / A Slight Ache"Harold Pinter4 June 1962 (1962-06-04)
"Stravinsky at 80"Unknown11 June 1962 (1962-06-11)
Igor Stravinsky's birthday is celebrated as he conducts the CBC Symphony Orchestra, including a performance of his "Symphony of Psalms"; Robert Craft narrates and conducts the orchestra for certain selections; the program includes appearances by four members of the New York City Ballet, the Festival Singers of Toronto, Nadia Boulanger and George Balanchine; Franz Kraemer produced and directed this broadcast which was recorded in Toronto[61]


1962-63 edit

Weeks not indicated were pre-empted by special broadcasts such as Camera Canada or The Telephone Hour. National election coverage pre-empted Festival on 8 April 1963.

Title Writer Original air date
"The Lark"Jean Anouilh, adaptation by Lillian Hellman1 October 1962 (1962-10-01)
Starring Douglas Rain and Kathleen Widdoes.[62]
"A Book With Chapters in It"Jack Pullman8 October 1962 (1962-10-08)
Starring Martin Stephens.[63]
"Richard Strauss: A Personal View"Unknown15 October 1962 (1962-10-15)
Lois Marshall (soprano) and Oscar Shumsky (violin) join Glenn Gould in this presentation of Richard Strauss's works.[64]
"The Gambler"Ugo Betti, adaptation by Alvin Goldman29 October 1962 (1962-10-29)
Play set in Italy following World War II, starring Susan Chapple, Rip Torn[65][66]
"The Devil's Instrument"W. O. Mitchell5 November 1962 (1962-11-05)
Starring Inge Bergman, Robert Christie, John Drainie, Ron Hartman, Douglas Rain[67]
"Break-Up"Helge Krog12 November 1962 (1962-11-12)
Starring Barbara Chilcott, Leo Ciceri, Leslie Nielsen; produced by Mario Prizek[68]
"The Gondoliers"Gilbert & Sullivan19 November 1962 (1962-11-19)
Stratford Festival production, starring Douglas Campbell, Ann Casson, Jack Creley, Ilona Kombrink; music by Louis Applebaum conducting the National Festival Orchestra, production by Norman Campbell[69]
"Serjeant Musgrave's Dance"John Arden26 November 1962 (1962-11-26)
Starring Mervyn Blake, Ted Follows, Douglas Rain; production by Eric Till[70]
"An Evening of Mozart"Unknown3 December 1962 (1962-12-03)
Music with Pierrette Alarie, Malcom Frager, Leopold Simoneau[71]
"Giselle"Unknown17 December 1962 (1962-12-17)
National Ballet of Canada performance featuring Lois Smith[72]
"A Cradle of Willow"Dorothy Wright24 December 1962 (1962-12-24)
Repeat of 25 December 1961[73]
"Tongues of Brass"Unknown31 December 1962 (1962-12-31)
Performance by Canadian jazz musicians[74]
"Music from the Films"Unknown21 January 1963 (1963-01-21)
Four composers present their own compositions for film, performed by the CBC Symphony Orchestra. Featuring Louis Applebaum (Action Stations, A Round is a Round), Aaron Copland (Something Wild), David Raksin (Two Weeks in Another Town), William Walton (Henry V, The First of the Few); narrated by Tony Thomas, produced by Norman Campbell[75][76]
"David, Chapter II"M. Charles Cohen28 January 1963 (1963-01-28)
This play concerns a Jewish arts graduate in Winnipeg who attempts to decide his life's future direction; starring Lynne Gorman, Donnelly Rhodes, Toby Tarnow, Powys Thomas; producer Harvey Hart[77][78]
"Ivan"Anthony Terpiloff11 February 1963 (1963-02-11)
Starring John Colicos, Gillie Fenwick, Mavor Moore, Julie Rekai[79]
"Venus Observed"Christopher Fry18 February 1963 (1963-02-18)
Comedy starring David Dodimead, Martha Henry; was originally scheduled for broadcast 7 January 1963, but delayed due to videotape erasure.[80]
"The Wild Duck"Henrik Ibsen, adaptation by Alvin Goldman25 February 1963 (1963-02-25)
Starring John Colicos, Peter Donat, Diane Leblanc, Everett Sloane[81]
"The Anatomy of Fugue"Unknown4 March 1963 (1963-03-04)
Music performance featuring Glenn Gould, The Canadian String Quartet and four vocalists[82]
"The Endless Echo"Jean-Robert Remillard, translation by Alvin Goldman11 March 1963 (1963-03-11)
Play starring Len Birman, Martha Henry[83]
"The Doctor's Dilemma"George Bernard Shaw18 March 1963 (1963-03-18)
Starring Zoe Caldwell, Peter Donat, Gillie Fenwick, Leo Genn[84]
"Galileo"Bertolt Brecht, adapted by Lister Sinclair25 March 1963 (1963-03-25)
Starring John Colicos (Galileo), Sharon Acker (Galileo's daughter), Leo Ciceri (Pope), Gillie Fenwick (Cardinal Inquisitor), Bruno Gerussi (Little Monk); narrated by Hugh Webster, directed by Mario Prizek[85][86]
"Birth of a Symphony"Unknown1 April 1963 (1963-04-01)
Performance of Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 by the Festival Orchestra with conductor Karl Boehm[87]
"Laudes Evanglii"Unknown15 April 1963 (1963-04-15)
Miracle play which portrays the life of Jesus Christ, produced by Associated-Rediffusion and originally broadcast in the UK in 1961; featuring Ballet European choreographed by Leonide Massine, the chorus of the Glyndebourne Festival Opera, with soloists and mime performers[88][89]
"Othello"Verdi22 April 1963 (1963-04-22)
Starring Richard Cassilly, Ilona Kombrink, John McCollum, Louis Quilico, Jan Rubes; broadcast from 8:30 Eastern due to program length of 2 hours 15 minutes[90]
"A Book With Chapters in It"Jack Pullman29 April 1963 (1963-04-29)
Repeat from 8 October 1962[91]
"Ballet Espagnol"Unknown6 May 1963 (1963-05-06)
Dance performance by Spain's Ximienez Vargas Ballet Company[92]
"The American Dream / The Sandbox"Edward Albee13 May 1963 (1963-05-13)
Edward Albee is interviewed by Charles Templeton between presentations of two Albee plays; recorded in Toronto and directed by Mario Prizek[93][94]
"David, Chapter II"M. Charles Cohen20 May 1963 (1963-05-20)
Repeat of 28 January 1963[95]

1963-64 edit

Weeks not indicated were pre-empted by special broadcasts such as Camera Canada, Horizon or Intertel. NHL hockey playoffs pre-empted Festival on 8 April 1964.


Title Writer Original air date
"The Mikado"Gilbert and Sullivan2 October 1963 (1963-10-02)
Stratford Festival production, starring Maurice Brown (Mikado), Irene Byatt (Katisha), Andrew Downie (Nanki-Poo), Howell Glynne (Pooh-Bah), Eric House (The Lord High Executioner), Heather Thomson (Yum-Yum); produced by Norman Campbell[96][97]
"Antigone"Jean Anouilh9 October 1963 (1963-10-09)
Starring Suzanne Grossman, Budd Knapp, Dino Narizzano, Douglas Rain[98]
"The Labyrinth"Charles Israel16 October 1963 (1963-10-16)
James Doohan, Alice Hill, Budd Knapp, Arch McDonnell, Janis Orenstein[99]
"Pale Horse, Pale Rider"Katherine Anne Porter23 October 1963 (1963-10-23)
Play concerning the 1918 influenza epidemic, starring Keir Dullea, Joan Hackett[100]
"Le Médecin malgré lui"Molière30 October 1963 (1963-10-30)
Theatre du Nouveau Monde from Montreal performs this play in French; starring Jean Dalmain, Gabriel Gascon, Germaine Giroux, Guy Hoffman, Monique Joly, Monique Leyrac; introduction by Rene Levesque, directed by Jean Gascon[101][102]
"Viennese Night"Unknown6 November 1963 (1963-11-06)
Music performance featuring soloist Elizabeth Schwarzkopf and conductor Willi Boskovsky[103]
"I Spy / A Resounding Tinkle"John Mortimer and N. F. Simpson13 November 1963 (1963-11-13)
Two plays are featured: "I Spy" stars Henry Comor, Eric House, Hilary Vernon, and "A Resounding Tinkle" stars Helen Burns, Eric House[104]
"Pierre Boulez, Frenchman, Composer, Conductor"Unknown20 November 1963 (1963-11-20)
Broadcast of a Radio-Canada music performance featuring works by Debussy, Stravinsky with works by Boulez himself[105]
"The Slave of Truth"Molière27 November 1963 (1963-11-27)
Adaptation of Le Misanthrope starring Leo Ciceri, James Douglas, Michael Learned, Toby Robins, Norman Welsh[106]
"Roots"Arnold Wesker4 December 1963 (1963-12-04)
Starring Vanya Franck, Geraldine McEwan, Powys Thomas, Margery Withers[107]
"A Primer on Prima Donnas"Unknown11 December 1963 (1963-12-11)
Recollections of historic opera performers, performed by Joan Sutherland with Richard Bonynge conducting the CBC Symphony Orchestra[108]
"Diary of a Scoundrel"Alexander Ostrovsky25 December 1963 (1963-12-25)
Comedy set in mid 19th century Russia, starring Peter Donat, Norma Renault, Hilary Vernon, Hugh Webster[109]
"Still Life"Jack Pulman1 January 1964 (1964-01-01)
Starring Michael Crawford, Budd Knapp, Nancy Wickwire[110]
"Major Barbara"Bernard Shaw8 January 1964 (1964-01-08)
Starring Gillie Fenwick (Andrew Undershaft), Frances Hyland (Major Barbara)[111]
"First Love"Ivan Turgenev22 January 1964 (1964-01-22)
Starring Paul Harding, Jane Mallett, Richard Monette, Heather Sears[112]
"A Very Close Family"Bernard Slade29 January 1964 (1964-01-29)
"Pas de Dix / The Bitter Weird"George Ballanchine, Agnes de Mille5 February 1964 (1964-02-05)
Royal Winnipeg Ballet performance[114]
"Young Canadians in Concert"Unknown19 February 1964 (1964-02-19)
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra in concert, introduced by Wilfrid Pelletier, produced by Franz Kraemer[115]
"Uncle Vanya"Anton Chekhov26 February 1964 (1964-02-26)
Starring Winifred Dennis, Rita Gam, Eric House, William Hutt, Roberta Maxwell, John Vernon[116]
"Place des Arts"Unknown4 March 1964 (1964-03-04)
Zubin Mehta conducts the Montreal Symphony Orchestra in a performance of Strauss's Ein Heldenleben[117]
"The Firebugs"Max Frisch, adapted by John Bethune11 March 1964 (1964-03-11)
Starring Patricia Collins, Jack Creley, Lou Jacobi, Cosette Lee, John Vernon[118]
"Pale Horse, Pale Rider"Unknown18 March 1964 (1964-03-18)
Repeat from 23 October 1963[119]
"Diary of a Scoundrel"Unknown1 April 1964 (1964-04-01)
Repeat from 25 December 1963[120]
"Hamlet"William Shakespeare15 April 1964 (1964-04-15)
Christopher Plummer stars in the BBC adaptation, recorded in Helsingør (Elsinore), Denmark[121]
"Othello"Unknown22 April 1964 (1964-04-22)
Repeat from 22 April 1963[122]
"Triple Play"Unknown6 May 1964 (1964-05-06)
Three different styles of performance: ballet (National Ballet), folk (Ian and Sylvia Tyson) and jazz (Phil Nimmons' group)[123]
"The Private Memoirs / Confessions of a Justified Sinner"James Hogg13 May 1964 (1964-05-13)
Drama concerning crimes motivate by religious fanaticism; starring Gillie Fenwick, Paul Harding, Paul Massie, Neil McCallum, Norma Renault[124]
"Concerti for Four Wednesdays"Unknown3 June 1964 (1964-06-03)
Glenn Gould discusses and performs compositions by Bach, Beethoven, Sweelinck, Weber[125]
"A Festival of Miniatures"Unknown10 June 1964 (1964-06-10)
Overview of music compositions by Brahms, Debussy, Granados, Haydn, Monteverdi, Mozart, Schumann, Stravinsky, Webern[126]
"Claudio Arrau"Unknown17 June 1964 (1964-06-17)
Sonata No. 7 in A minor (Mozart) and Sonata in C minor Opus 111 (Beethoven) are performed by Chilean pianist Claudio Arrau.[127]
"100th Birthday of Richard Strauss"Unknown24 June 1964 (1964-06-24)
CBC Symphony Orchestra performs with Lois Marshall (soprano), Hermann Prey (baritone) in honour of Strauss[128]


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