The Theater: New Recital on Broadway, Oct. 24, 1960

An Evening with Mike Nichols and Elaine May is one of the nicest ways to spend one. Reaching the main stem by the four-lane highway of nightclubs, record albums, radio and TV (TIME, Sept. 26), this pair, who come on stage in various roles and improvise, who glance at the life all around them and criticize, spend a great deal of their time being funny. By the end of the evening they have left tooth marks on much that is fatuous, wasp stings in much that is vulgar, powder burns on a lot that is neurotic or just human. They go...

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