The Theatre: Nassau Nonsense

Last week the Princeton University Triangle Club took its 44th annual musi-comedy to Manhattan's Metropolitan Opera House before the usual holiday swing through the country. Those who had charge of this year's production. It's The Valet, appeared to have done a less sprightly job than many of their predecessors. It's The Valet is not very funny.

Scene is laid in Revolutionary France. Situation: a valet temporarily changes places with his aristocratic master for whom a large part of the populace seems to be gunning. There is no campus joshing, no topical humor takes place in the inquisition scene (with scandalous New York...

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