Theater Abroad: The Lights of London

To the sophisticated American theatergoer, a London theater season is al most as important as the French summer season is to the sophisticated American wine drinker. The stuff will come over here sooner or later, and when it does, it will probably be better than anything produced domestically.

London just now is experiencing the beginning of what seems to be a vintage year. Most notably, John Osborne has opened a play called Inadmissible Evidence which is at least as good as Look Back in Anger. Where once he brayed over the cardboard shoulders...

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