After the season's wobbly start, Broadway's best wares were still its best-wearing shows from other years. Along with The Voice of the Turtle, Oklahoma! and Harvey, theatergoers had a choice of hardy favorites:
Finian's Rainbow. A bright blend of music, fantasy and satire, in which leprechauns turn human and bigoted Southern Senators turn black (TIME, Jan. 20).
Annie Get Your Gun. Ethel Merman doin' what comes natur'llygiving humor and bounce to a big routine musical (TIME, May 27, 1946).
Brigadoon. Imaginative musical about an odd Scottish village (TIME, March 24).
Call Me Mister. Gay revue in which quondam G.I.s say hello to civilian life (TIME,...