Opening its seventh season, the Boston Tributary Theatre last night achieved one of the most potent productions of Elizabethan drama
"If I can't sell the kind of books I like, I might just as well be in the grocery business,"
3. The Summing Up If we could look upon a relief map of American ideas, it would become entirely obvious
When a producer has a few extra millions that are feeling lonely, he concocts something like "The Crystal Ball." Not
I was strolling aimlessly down Boylston Street the other afternoon when several dollars which had been burning a hole in
If the erstwhile geometrician were to follow any one of the infinitude of tangents he can plot around the well-known
Most everybody has seen "You Can't Take It With You" and knows what a good comedy it is. The play
The appearance of Paul Robeson and Margaret Webster in "Othello" at Brattle Hall gives Boston theatre-goers and opportunity to see
With much less publicity than usual, Orson Welles presents another of his famous attacks upon the traditional standards of art.
Dusted off this week for presentation at Brattle Hall is an old play of about six years back, "Reflected Glory."
Like a dose of spring tonic, the arrival of Ethel Barrymore in "The Corn Is Green" brings new zest to
No topic is more susceptible to the satirical pen than that of politicians and petty graft. Actual proof of this
Tonight and tomorrow night the Radcliffe Idler Club will present as its spring production the best mystery play of the
Since the discontinuation of "There Shall Be No Night," Lillian Hellman's "Watch on the Rhine" is now the only successful
The fact that "Tobacco Road" is now running for its eighth year does little credit to the taste of the