The Theatre: Comedy

EXPRESSING WILLIE—Proving conclusively that temperament, attribute of opera-singers and long-haired virtuosos, is not for the plain businessman. FASHION, OR LIFE IN NEW YORK— Spurious counts, innocent maidens, forging financiers, tell-tale French maids all take the audience into their confidence in whispered asides and descriptive musical renditions in this revival of Anna Cora Mowatt's comedy of the 40's. SWEENEY TODD—A mid-19th Century barber makes meat-pies of his enemies, thus moving us to mirth where he was wont to curl the hair of our grandfathers. FATA MORGANA — An Hungarian "Seventeen" awakes...

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