The Theater: Stagestruck

Many Hollywood stars are stagestruck. To fill their yearning for the feel of an old-fashioned stage, some cinemactors take an occasional fling at Broadway. Others settle for Eastern summer stock or the hopeful little theaters that spring up in & around Los Angeles. In the past two years so many have trod the boards of a high-school auditorium in La Jolla, Calif., 100 miles south of Hollywood, that it has become the nation's most star-studded summer theater.

Last week the La Jolla (rhymes with Ahoy ya) Playhouse hit a jackpot with a midseason production of Moss Hart's Light Up the Sky. The...

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