Theatre: Revivals

Marco Millions. Eugene O'Neill's exposition of the great Marco Polo as little more than a hyper-travelling salesman ' seems somewhat more ponderous in its satire than it did two years ago. Writh skillful acting and luxurious decoration the Theatre Guild's itinerant company compensates as best it can for what is commonly considered inferior O'Neill.

The Serenade. In 1897 a singing troupe called The Bostonians, headed by famed Soprano Alice Neilson, first presented this early operetta by the late Victor Herbert. The trifling story concerned the larks caused by the proximity of a...

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