Theatre: New Plays

Sandro Botticelli. The play opens like a fancy dress ball. On the minute stage of the Provincetown Theatre are assembled people dressed up as Leonardo da Vinci, Lorenzo dei Medici, Fra Filippo Lippi, Sandro Botticelli and all manner of other notables of renaissance Florence. It is all very ingenious and very amusing. But the joke is run into the ground. All these grotesque masqueraders begin to take themselves seriously. You think you were wrong about the fancy dress. Casting sidelong glances about the garden of Lorenzo, you...

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