The Theater: New Plays In Manhattan, May 12, 1947

Heads or Tails (by H. J. Lengsfelder & Ervin Drake ; produced by Your Theatre, Inc.) was one of the financially wackiest productions of the decade: all those buying tickets before opening night automatically became stockholders. Unfortunately, they became stockholders in one of the worst plays of the century.

A Young Man's Fancy (by Harry Thurschwell & Alfred Golden; produced by Henry Adrian) treats of a summer camp for boys & girls — and particularly of four young ruffians who share a bunk with a rich man's coddled son. In its few bright moments, the play catches the addled essence of...

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