The Theatre: New Show in Queens

Except for the Aquacade, last season's New York World's Fair had a pretty shoddy amusement area. This season, sadder but wiser Fair officials decided to shoot the works along the Midway with a $600,000 supercolossal patriotic spectacle, American Jubilee, which would be a small fair in itself.

Last month union troubles threatened to kill American Jubilee off, but were finally ironed out. When the Fair opened last week, American Jubilee opened with it. Supercolossal it is: on a 300-ft. outdoor stage, in a blinding light, over 300 people march, waltz, sing, clown, wave flags, ride horseback, bicycles, automobiles, to the crashing of...

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