Broadway: British Invasion

By recent standards, the new Broadway season is an unusually good one. What is not unusual is that, with rare exceptions like How to Succeed's Bobby Morse (TIME, Nov. 17), the actors who are drawing the best notices are British. The top three: Paul Scofield, Donald Pleasence and Douglas Campbell.

>Weary Magnificence. Scofield, 39, is Sir Thomas More in Robert Bolt's A Man for All Seasons, a superb testimonial to the seldom-realized potential of the individual conscience. With a kind of weary magnificence, Scofield sinks himself in the part, studiously underplays it, and...

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