The Theater: Broadway Censor

Since 1900, when Sapho got the hook for letting a cocotte be carried to her bedroom in a young man's arms, relatively few Broadway shows have been run off the boards. Last week, after a checkered career, another show joined the blacklist. For two months last fall Dorothy and Howard Baker's Trio struggled—because of its Lesbian subject matter (a young girl enslaved by a French woman professor and at length set free by her love for a young man)—to find a Broadway theater (TIME, Jan. 8). Finally lodged at the Belasco, it played there...

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