The Theatre: At the Ambassadeurs

As Mlle Eve Curie began her two-month talking tour across the U. S. (TIME, Feb. 12), her good friend, hawk-nosed, witty Dueler and Playwright Henry Bernstein put on a new show, the first gala opening Paris had seen since the start of World War II, in the newly-decorated Théâtre des Ambassadeurs, across the street from the U. S. Embassy. For his latest play, Elvire, Bernstein had remodeled the theatre at great personal expense. "If Paris is not bombarded," said he, "I will have the most beautiful theatre in the world. And if Paris is destroyed, what does it matter...

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