Theatre: Revelry by Night

May 1 there were 28 shows on Broadway. June 1 there were 16. Such a slump is normal enough at season's end, but this year Broadway thought that the New York World's Fair would keep her dolled up in her midwinter ermines. Instead, with New Yorkers scurrying to Flushing and out-of-towners in no rush to get to New York, the Fair has Broadway limping about in rags. Last month within a few days more casts petitioned Actors' Equity Association to be allowed to take cuts than at any other time in Equity's history; and...

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