Theatre: New Play

Americana. The success of the concentrated and often semiprofessional revues of the Neighborhood Playhouse and the Theatre Guild juniors has inspired a strictly professional show of the same dimensions. J. P. McEvoy, newspaper satirist and author of The Potters, wrote the sketches, and a vast variety of folk, including George Gershwin, Con Conrad, Philip Charig and Henry Souvaine, the music. Roy Atwell and a vaudeville performer named Lew Brice are the leading performers and the show appears at the tiny Belmont Theatre. It is a small but wiry show, often immensely entertaining....

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