The Theater: New Plays in Manhattan, Nov. 8, 1954

The Traveling Lady (by Horton Foote) is a small-sized drama by a "promising" playwright (The Chase, The Trip to Bountiful) who continues to fumble. But it raises to stardom a very gifted young actress who continues to grow. Kim Stanley (The Chase, Picnic) plays a bewildered, hard-beset young mother, not very bright but full of courage, married to a no-good weakling just out of jail and soon heading back to it. She plays the part with force and feeling and an eloquently detailed sense of character, and it's a pity that...

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