Theater: Cavalcade of Kings

The Hollow Crown. Britain may not be able to budge General de Gaulle, but Britons are having no trouble bowling over Broadway. In a distressingly dreary season, one of the few dramas of distinction is the British holdover A Man for All Seasons. Nothing on the boards is as stylish as The School for Scandal, or saucier than Beyond the Fringe and its off-Broadway sibling. The Establishment. Non-British plays like Tchin-Tchin and The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore are visibly sparked by the highvoltage acting of England's Margaret Leighton and Hermione Baddeley. Even cornball tastes are catered to satisfactorily in...

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