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When the audience at Manhattan's Belasco Theatre one night this week
threw away programs, reached for hats & coats and made for the doors,
neither spectators nor reviewers were quite sure how good a play they
had seen. Criticism is the wife of Comparison, and there never was a
play like this one on Broadway. But one thing is certain. No one will
soon forget Katharine Cornell's Lucrece.
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