The Theater: Other New Shows In Manhattan

Last week Broadway was unusually busy but not very bright:

The Girl from Nantucket (book by Paul Stanford & Harold Sherman; music by Jacques Belasco; lyrics by Kay Two-mey). Offering the season's most cranked-out tunes, most threadbare gags, most feeble-minded smut, and strangest notion of a ballet, The Girl from Nantucket rated —and got from Manhattan reviewers—the critical equivalent of a well-aimed flyswatter.

Are You With It? (book by Sam Perrin & George Balzer; music & lyrics by Harry Revel & Arnold B. Horwitt) boasts some pleasant tunes, picture-pretty Joan Roberts from Oklahoma!, and...

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