Broadway: No Skirt

The finest sight on Broadway this season is the lithesome legs of Noelle Adam, who dances in and out of Richard Rodgers' in-Paris-and-in-love musical, No Strings, in the role of a cheerfully chased photographer's assistant. A onetime ballerina, Mile. Adam scampers about in a baggy sweater that sets off a leotard hardly big enough to cover a Persian cat, blithely displaying the charms that her tutu used to hide.

In No Strings, Noelle also hints of charms the play never asks of her, much as it could use them. Noting this, Critic Walter...

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