Frank R. Safford

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Yearbooks are all alike in their tedium, and no one likes them, unless it is Mother. Each year the editors


Of course, I'm easily amused, but the Gilbert and Sullivan Player's second production could easily amuse anyone. After all, the

The New Shoe

He appeared suddenly at the door, sleek and jolly, a friendly flabby hand extended, and announced that he represented a

Giant or Peace and Prosperity

Giant is undeniably a good bit like Texas. Although the lavish spending is not what the movie would lead you

Separate Tables

Despite an inauspicious beginning with Harbor Lights, the theatre season in Boston is now developing into something quite stimulating. And

i.e., the Cambridge Review

It would be easy to dismiss i.e. as a product of sexual repression or sheer mysticism, simply by mentioning its


Our old stand-bys, good and evil, battle it out at the Brattle again, this time not in the usual French,

Le Rouge et Le Noir

In a grey frame house in back of Christ Church lives a man whom some people call Father, others call

Something Wild

Something Wild, as Hal Scott says in his opening declamation, is about decadence. Scott and his HDC'ers stay well within