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The Deep Blue Sea

The Deep Blue Sea, which brings Margaret Sullavan back to the American stage after a semi-retirement of eight years, is

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In Any Language

Boston's annual influx of second-rate drawing room comedies began Monday. The opener was a farcical sketch by Edmund Beloin and

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Heartbreak House

Heartbreak House, Shaw carefully explains in his introduction to the play, "is cultured, leisured Europe before the war." To members

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The Man in the White Suit

The Man in the White Suit, Universal's latest in its series of vehicles for Alec Guinness, is this time a

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The Mikado

Gilbert and Sullivan has once more come to Cambridge, this time in a delightful production of the one sure-fire hit

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To Be Continued

In his new comedy, To Be Continued, William Marchant has treated the moral structure of Western society in about as

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Right You Are

Luigi Pirandello's Right You Are (If You Think You Are) is at first glance a grotesque mixture of Shaw and

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The Grass Harp

Truman Capote's stage adaptation of his novel, The Grass Harp, is a curious fusion of poetic sensitivity and imperfect theatrical

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Flight into Egypt

Flight into Egypt, novelist George Tabori's first play, is a tense, emotional drama of Viennese expatriates stranded in Cairo. It

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The School for Scandal

A fellow named Allardyce Nicoll once said of Sheridan's School For Scandal: "Sometimes we are inclined to be surfeited with

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Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo

The Ballet Russe, in town for its one week curtsey to the cultural center of the world, opened Monday with

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The Playgoer

The Theatre Guild has brought into town for a two week stand what is generally considered Lillian Hellman's greatest play.

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The Playgoer

"Gertie" is not, as the title might suggest, the latest in the interminable line of sugar-coated whimseys dealing with precocious

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The Playgoer

"A Month of Sundays," a new musical based on a comedy by Victor Wolfson, has to do with the machinations

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The Playgoer

The Brattle Theatre has taken a busman's holiday from its Shakespearean tragedy with two modern tours de force which provide

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