Gregory P. Pressman

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The Inspector General

This play contains several obvious, though still dangerous, pitfalls. It was written 130 years ago for a theatre with habits

Major Barbara

Those actors and technicians of the Loeb's Major Barbara, at least those who feel conscientious enough, should see the Charles

Arthur Kopit

Arthur Kopit is too impatient to take anything seriously. If you saw him navigate his little black Porsche through Mass.

The Ipcress File

This is the first of the anti-Ian Fleming films, and if the others are as enjoyable, they may drive James


Help! takes up where A Hard Day's Night left off. The Beatles have come of age. In fact, they seem

The Knack

The Knack is a perfect summertime film, a celluloid gin and tonic -- bright, sparkling, mildly intoxicating, and not-at-all a

, Fiscal Woes

Operation Match, the "computer dating service" which a good deal of humorous interest at Harvard last Spring, is falling into


Like the pavement on the road to hell, this film has been made with good intentions. Joseph E. Levine wanted

The Beggar's Opera

In the transition from the Adams House Dining Hall to the Loeb Main Stage, The Beggar's Opera both gained and