The Theatre: Small Fry

Bringing up the rear of Broadway's busiest week since December were two footsore comedies. Both tried for laughs on the subject of bastards; neither got any. It's A Gift featured a will bequeathing a large fortune to any female in the family who produced a love child. Happily Ever After featured a parson who had performed 10,000 marriages—without ever having been ordained.


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