Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Nov. 22, 1937

Antony and Cleopatra (adapted by Professor William Strunk Jr. from William Shakespeare; produced by Laurence Rivers, Inc.). Last summer 35-year-old Actress Tallulah Bankhead, Alabama-born daughter of Speaker William Brockman Bankhead of the House of Representatives, married Actor John Emery and announced that she was "going to New York to raise hell." Nobody imagined, however, that Shakespeare was to be included in the party. But last week, after long preparation and a road tour, Tallulah swept into Manhattan's Mansfield Theatre in the traditional gilded brassiere and diaphanous pantalettes of the serpent of the...

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