The unfortunate opening for parody offered by the above title is, in this case, unavoidable. Success seems indeed to have
The New Theatre Workshop finished its second year of activity last weekend with a solid if not outstanding program of
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In bringing the film version of Graham Greene's novel to New England for the first time, the Brattle has done
In the line of straight entertainment The New Theatre Workshop scored a minor triumph Thursday with its presentation of Gregory
To most people the mention of Finnegans Wake suggests a trackless forest of tangled Joycean jargon, huge, ambiguous, largely inexplicable,
As might naturally have been expected, the Leverett House Dramatic Society's initial program presented some rough edges. Of the three
As too often happens, when the boys in Hollywood get hold of a picture with a message they work so
Don't worry about figuring out the plot of this one; everybody has his own version, and it doesn't really matter.
The more unnecessary pretensions any new publication makes, the harder the time it has establishing itself. Audience, a new pamphlet
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In any attempt to examine conscientiously the intricate perversions of self-deception, a writer of drama risks creating a vehicle so
Given Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass to start with, it would be hard to go
The note at the beginning of The Lower Depths states that before the film was made, Maxim Gorki approved approved
Ever since Sir Laurence Oliver delighted critics with Henry V in 1946, discussions of the best ways of adapting Shakespeare