The Theatre: Exit Smiling

The Broadway season, like the oyster season, is restricted to months with an r in them. With only one more show, a musical, opening this season and with such hits as Hooray for What! and Of Mice and Men already closed, it was plain last week that few producers were running the risk of theatrical ptomaine. But 1937-38 was eupeptic. No really bad play landed on its feet, though several got passing marks almost entirely through star acting: Susan and God because of Gertrude Lawrence, Whiteoaks because of Ethel Barrymore, Once Is Enough because...

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