Theater: Disaster Area

The Girl Who Came to Supper will make the average theatrical gourmet yearn for the company of the late Monty Woolley. Even in his grave, George S. Kaufman could think up funnier lines than Harry Kurnitz has been able to confect for this musical adaptation of Terence Rattigan's The Sleeping Prince. And Noel Coward could have given Supper some Noel Coward songs, instead of the badly toasted marshmelodies he actually provided for it. This part of Broadway can legitimately be declared a disaster area, except for those involuntary rescue squads, the theater parties,...

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