Theatre: New Season

Last week two distinguished theatrical estivators, Victoria Regina and Idiot's Delight, returned to Manhattan. Of sturdier stuff were six other shows (Boy Meets Girl, Dead End, Mulatto, New Faces, On Your Toes, Pre-Honeymoon) which had run straight through the heat and lassitude of a Broadway summer. Mean- time, Three Men On a Horse was entering its third season, Tobacco Road its fourth as the 1936-37 theatre year opened with the presentation of Spring Dance by Philip Barry and two Smith College alumnae. With the possible exception of Anne Nichols' Pre-Honeymoon, any of the...

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