The Innocents. A moderately frightening, admirably atmospheric adaptation of Henry James's celebrated ghost story, The Turn of the Screw (TIME, Feb. 13).
The Devil's Disciple. Shaw's tongue-in-cheek, neck-in-noose melodramatics of the American Revolution, rising to a loud barrage of wit (TIME, Feb. 6).
The Cocktail Party. T. S. Eliot's brilliant verse play of worldlings and martyrs, drawing rooms and consulting rooms, Freud and faith (TIME, Jan. 30).
The Member of the Wedding. Carson McCullers' sensitive study of a lonely, self-centered, self-dramatizing little Southern girl just one step from adolescence (TIME, Jan. 16).
Caesar and Cleopatra. Shaw's portrait of an aging Julius Caesar who rules...