The Theater: New Revue in Manhattan, Jun. 25, 1956

New Faces of '56—Producer Leonard Sillman seems to be restricting these shindigs to presidential-election years—is agreeably sassy and glossily intimate. If there is a serious weakness, it is much the weakness of New Faces of '52: the product isn't really up to the packaging. Peter Larkin, largely with airy spiral staircases and rows of slatted doors, has created gay all-purpose backgrounds, and Thomas Becher has brought to the costuming just the right lunacy or lure. The 19 new faces are often expressive as well as likable, the show moves pleasantly along, the turns...

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