The Theatre: Revivals

Fritz Leiber and the Chicago Civic Shakespeare Society. There are two schools of thought about Shakespearean productions. One holds that unless their splendors approach perfection, it is better to stay home and read the plays. The other insists that the great Shakespearean characters were meant to be seen and heard, that anyone who resists their appearance in the flesh, even though that flesh be pocked with imperfections, can be no true fancier of the drama.

Fritz Leiber's company is for the delectation of the tolerant second school. Mr. Leiber's settings and costumes...

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