The Theater: New Revue in Manhattan, May 8, 1950

Tickets, Please! (produced by Arthur Klein) is that always attractive idea, an intimate revue. Its stars are those always entertaining zanies, the Hartmans, who are in excellent form. The pity is that the rest of the show constitutes a sort of conspiracy against them.

From having made a very good joke of ballroom dancing, Grace and Paul Hartman have learned to make an even better joke of themselves. They can still execute demented fandangos. In one scene, she is a madly determined Carmen to his befuddled Don José. They are most consistently amusing as...

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