People, Jan. 21, 1957

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Two Manhattan producers announced that they will soon try the onerous feat of bringing a lusty chunk of the stream of consciousness of Author James Joyce to Broadway. Their dramatic selection: the "Nighttown" portion of Joyce's phantasmagoric Ulysses, covering three hours in a Dublin bordello, most of it originally set down by Joyce in playscript form. Hard to read, harder to act, impossible to stage with its own wild flavor intact because of obvious censorship obstacles, "Nighttown" is bound to keep playgoers...

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