Best Bets on Broadway, Nov. 25, 1946

Broadway currently houses almost a record number of popular old residents— Life with Father, Oklahoma!, The Voice of the Turtle, Harvey, Carousel. Newer favorites:

The Playboy of the Western World. Burgess Meredith in an agreeable revival of the finest of modern folk satires (TIME, Nov. 4).

Lady Windermere's Fan. Stylish production of Oscar Wilde's half-glittering, half-gooey drawing-room comedy (TIME, Oct. 28).

The Iceman Cometh. Eugene O'Neill's extremely long, not especially deep, but often vividly theatrical tale of drunken bums whose pipe dreams are their salvation (TIME, Oct. 21).

Cyrano de Bergerac. Attractive revival of Rostand's masterpiece, with José Ferrer as the big-nosed, bright-plumed hero (TIME,...

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