Thomas K. Schwabacher

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The Questioning of Nick and Miss Julie

In an interesting juxtaposition, the Leverett House Dramatic Society is presenting an accredited masterpiece of the modern theater, August Strindberg's

Three Plays by Yeats

The poet William Butler Yeats was also a prolific playwright, with no less than twenty-four dramas, two adaptations from Sophocles,

The Young Stranger

The Young Stranger is a modest film that tells a small story, but it might well be used as an

Raintree County

Raintree County is just another movie, only longer. Not even a Boston premiere featuring a slinky starlet and a brass


The new musical comedy Rumple is not really so absurd as its title would suggest. That title, it might be

The Strange One

Whenever a book or a play or a motion picture which deals with a personality at all out of the

Around the World in 80 Days

There is really not a great deal that need be said about this film. From the introduction, delivered by the

Orpheus in Hades

The Lowell House Musical Society appears to be doing its part in the current religious revival at Harvard by undertaking

New Girl in Town

New Girl in Town has all the mass-produced efficiency of a motor car from Detroit. One of the most experienced