New Plays: Your Own Thing

Twelfth Night is becoming the busiest musical off Broadway. It opened (and closed) this month in the form of a sad travesty called Love and Let Love. Last week it was back as a romping delight called Your Own Thing, which does for the kids of the '60s, with their sexual hang-ups and his-and-her looks, something of what West Side Story—alias Romeo and Juliet—did for the rumbling teen-age groups of the '50s. In Your Own Thing, Shakespeare has had the services of a brilliant collaborator from Portland, Ore. Writer-Director Donald Driver, 44,...

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