The Theatre: New Play in Manhattan: Sep. 3, 1934

Keep Moving (words & music by Jack Scholl & Max Rich; White Horse Tavern Productions, Inc.) is historic but not impressive. It is the first presentation of the 1934-35 theatre season.

It takes about the same amount of time (two months or more) and money ($25,000 or more) to produce a good revue as it does a bad one. What distinguishes the successes from the failures is the x quantity of taste and talent. On that score the producers of Keep Moving had bad luck.*...

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