AS the new theater season begins to glow, a number of interesting prospects for 1968-69 stand out:
ALL ABOUT EVE. Actress claws her way Upas in the memorable 1950 Bette Davis movie.
A MOTHER'S KISSES, by Bruce Jay Friedman. From the novel about how not to be a Jewish mother.
AND NOW, NOEL COWARD, with George Grizzard, Dorothy Loudon and Arthur Mitchell. More then than now: songs by the master of urbanity.
BILLY. Melville's Billy budding as a musical confrontation between good and evil.
CANTERBURY TALES. The Wife of Bath and other Chaucerian tales set...