Theatre: Revival

The Song and Dance Man. Continuing the mood of reminiscence in which he revived The Tavern last month (TIME, June 2), George M. Cohan has seen fit to present his Song & Dance Man, first produced seven years ago. Although the piece itself is cloyed with the most bogus Broadway sentimentality, and although thousands are familiar with the cinematized version of the story, for Mr. Cohan's sake audiences received the play with affection.

A veteran hoofer, Mr. Cohan is qualified to put plenty of credible pathos into the part of "Hap" Farrell, of...

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