Show Business: Saving the Evening

There is not a single reference to militants or marijuana, the Indians, inner cities, the pill or the generation gap. The cast of characters (Goosey Poosey, Turkey Lurkey) reads like a Howard Johnson's children's menu, and one of the show's most dramatic confrontations occurs between a fisherman and a flounder. Still, the Sfory Theafer (TIME, Nov. 9) playing at Broadway's Ambassador Theater, is more than mere children's fare. The program of fairy tales, cleverly told, demonstrates again that popular theater can be something more out of the ordinary than Hello, Dolly! Which is...

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