The Theatre: Selling Point

As a theatre town Milwaukee is underweight; its two barnlike theatres just mosey along. No light chore was it, therefore, when Off-and-On-Broadway Myron C. Pagan tackled Milwaukee's carriage trade last June to back a repertory company. But Fagan got his money, and last month started producing.

Last week came a play of Pagan's own and with it the clue to how he wangled his cash. Pagan's To the End of Time proved to be a lashing attack on John L. Lewis. Called John Steele in the play and portrayed as a scoundrel, he dies in Act II, goes to Heaven only long...

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