The Theatre: TAC

Manhattan's Theatre Arts Committee, composed of such Broadwayites as Robert Benchley, Jed Harris, Lillian Hellman, Marc Blitzstein, Orson Welles, is not friendly to fascism. On three fronts— theatre, cinema, radio—it has been making anti-fascist lunges for all it is worth. The committee's latest enterprise is TAC, a midnight cabaret presented on Mondays at Manhattan's weatherbeaten Chez Firehouse. In a free-&-easy atmosphere of cigarets and drinks, audiences can watch a revue modeled after Pins and Needles and possessing much of its muscular merit.

With Mercury Theatre Actor Hiram Sherman as jovial master of...

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