The Theatre: Floproducers

Two of the flattest flops of Broadway's flop-heavy season flopped into oblivion last week — Boudoir after eleven showings, Popsy after four.

Boudoir (by Jacques Deval, produced by Jacques Chambrun) told of a Manhat tan adventuress of the '80s whose assorted bitchery was finally ended by the strangling hands of an Egyptian jewel thief. The play had blackout dullness inconceivable from the author of the glinting comedy Tovarich.

Popsy (by Fred Herendeen, produced by Theodore Hammerstein & Denis Du-For) depicted an aging mathematics pro fessor whose dream of retiring was temporarily balked by his daughters' marital troubles. Critic Brooks Atkinson (New York Times}...

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