Television: May 6, 1966

Events of any serious cultural significance on network TV are limited, these days, to a smattering of expensively produced specials. Educational TV attempts ,o pick up the slack. Among its current oferings at various dates and times on all 104 of the National Educational Television affiliates: Paris 1900, six one-hour plays by French Playwright Georges Feydeau adapted by a British repertory group; U.S.A.: The Opposition Theater, six 30-minute modern American dramas sampling the satirical and anti-Establishment wares of such groups as the Second City and the Living Theater; and V.S.A. Dance,...

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