The Theater: New Play in Manhattan, Apr. 1, 1946

I Like It Here (by A. B. Shiffrin; produced by William Cahn) is a trying little comedy that wobbles from weakness when not hobbling from age. It plumps down a resourceful refugee (Oscar Karlweis) as houseman in a professor's none-too-happy home.

The professor's bossy wife, having long ago henpecked her husband, is now hitching her daughter to a snooty young politician, though the girl loves a struggling young lawyer. The houseman, when not busy with the dusting or the drinks, plays Mr. Fix-it—wades into politics, works on the professor's morale, and saves the day for love.

I Like It Here has one real...

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