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The Theatre: Great Katharine

There are those who would as soon miss their own weddings as a Katharine Cornell play. Her yearning, mobile face is the contemporary theatre's testament of...

The Theater: Three-Star Classic

(See Cover) Over their drinks, theater people sometimes play a game: they dream up casts for great plays. With opium-pipe prodigality, they sometimes devise a...

The Theatre: Revival in Manhattan

The Doctor's Dilemma (by George Bernard Shaw, produced by Katharine Cornell) is 35 years old. It was last played on Broadway by Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne...

Theatre: Supreme Test

For never was a story of more woe Than this of Juliet and her Romeo. Katharine Cornell maintained, even while she was performing them, that her rich rĂ´les in...

Radio: The Week in Review

The effort of putting on two first-rate shows last week left television with neither ingenuity nor wit for the rest of its schedule. NBC's Producers' Showcase...

Books: Without a Script

A GIFT OF JOY by Helen Hayes. 254 pages. Evans-Lippincott. $4.95. In the minds of U.S. theatergoers, both Katharine Cornell and Lynn Fontanne may have an...

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