Theater: New Plays: Jun. 20, 1932

Hey, Nonny, Nonny! (by Max &

Nathaniel Lief and others; Haring & Del Bondio, producers) is not accompanied, as in the Of Thee I Sing lyric, with much hot-cha-cha. Instead, favoring the old Garrick Gaieties it runs to intellectual-looking chorus girls, bright antics, satire. Among its performers are cherubic Jerry Norris (an old Gaieties boy), Dorothy McNulty, Ann Seymour. Librettists and lyricists of the revue include Ogden Nash, Will Irwin, Frank Sullivan.

Mr. Sullivan's burlesque on Mourning Becomes Electra, the most elaborate buffoonery in the show, runs to punning. One character is mortally...

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