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This hardly seems the right moment for a period musical, particularly one with so much book trouble. A bodacious, bawdacious


For sheer entertainment, "Star-Spangled Rhythm" is one of the most satisfying pictures in ages. It is also such wonderful publicity

The Playgoer

Maxwell Anderson's "Star Wagon" is a shuttle-train in time, allowing its drivers to ignore the usual chronological conventions and to

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"Pins and Needles," the Labor Stage musical review put on by the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union, is a merry


"Lady at Large," by Philip Goodman, presents the sorry spectacle of capable actors and actresses struggling with hopeless material They


Rodgers and Hart have come to town, and their current musical, "I Married an Angel" eclipses many if not all

The Playgoer

"Eye on the Sparrow," a comedy presented by Girvan Higginson and written by Maxwell Selser, is a disconcerted tale of

The Playgoer

The Hasty Pudding has once again served up a dish of varied entertainment, including the customary elements of political satire,

The Playgoer

The Crimson Playgoer hopes he has not lost all his credit by praising "There's Always a Breeze," which he thought