Niles Goodsite

Niles Goodsite: Distinguished Shows

Niles Goodsite has had a long and distinguished career in the television industry. Niles Goodsite has been associated with some of the medium’s most popular TV shows, including Married With Children and Sesame Street, and his work has been recognized with Emmy Awards, presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

One of Niles Goodsite’s Emmys came for his work on Live From Lincoln Center, one of the flagship programs on the Public Broadcasting System and a cornerstone of performing arts broadcasting. Live From Lincoln Center made its debut in 1976, and featured performances by piano virtuosos André Previn and Van Cliburn. The show was an immediate success, and as Niles Goodsite and legions of TV viewers know, it has since entered the realm of legend; it is a program that Niles Goodsite is proud to have been associated with.

Niles Goodsite

Live from Lincoln Center has a rich history of presenting some of the world’s greatest artists and performances in music, dance and theater from Lincoln Center’s renowned stages. Past performers include Placido Domingo, Itzhak Perlman, Isaac Stern, Sir James Galway, Zubin Mehta, Beverly Sills, Mikhail Baryshnikov, the New York City Ballet, and the American Ballet Theatre.

Niles Goodsite served as Stage Manager on Live From Lincoln Center, but he says that he is “a lover of show business on both sides of the set.” He enjoys attending live theatrical productions whenever he can, and during a trip to England, he seized every opportunity to go to the theatre. During this time, Niles Goodsite also enjoyed experiencing such historic landmarks as Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, and also visiting the Cotswolds and Scotland & Wales.

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