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Bell, Book and Candle

Bell, Book and Candle  

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(1950),a comedy by John van Druten. [Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 233 perf.] Gillian Holroyd (Lilli Palmer) is a witch who is certain that through her black arts she can get ...
Ethel Barrymore

Ethel Barrymore  

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(1879–1959), actress.Born in Philadelphia, daughter of Maurice Barrymore and Georgiana Drew Barrymore, she made her stage debut in 1894 playing opposite her grandmother Mrs. Drew in The Rivals. After ...
Fourposter

Fourposter  

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(1951),a play by Jan de Hartog. [Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 632 perf.; Tony Award.] The warm comedy‐drama follows the marriage of Michael (Hume Cronyn) and Agnes (Jessica Tandy) from their ...
Key Largo

Key Largo  

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(1939),a drama by Maxwell Anderson. [Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 105 perf.] Concluding his side has lost the Spanish Civil War, King McCloud (Paul Muni) urges his men to join him ...
No Time for Comedy

No Time for Comedy  

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(1939),a play by S. N. Behrman. [Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 185 perf.] With the world plunging toward war, meddling, pushy Amanda Smith (Margalo Gillmore) convinces her friend Gaylord Esterbrook ...
Sisters Rosensweig

Sisters Rosensweig  

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(1992),a comedy by Wendy Wasserstein. [Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, 556 perf.] The three Rosensweig sisters were born and bred in a very ethnic Brooklyn neighborhood, but each has come ...
Tale of the Allergist's Wife

Tale of the Allergist's Wife  

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(2000), a comedy by Charles Busch. [Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 777 perf.] Upper‐class New Yorker Marjorie Taub (Linda Lavin), a failed novelist and frequent patron of the arts, is in deep ...
Tea and Sympathy

Tea and Sympathy  

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A: Robert Anderson Pf: 1953, New York Pb: 1953 G: Drama in 3 acts S: Boys' boarding school, New England, 1950s C: 9m, 2fTom Lee is a sensitive 18-year-old schoolboy, whose manner and whose interest ...
Tomorrow the World

Tomorrow the World  

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(1943),a play by James Gow and Arnaud d'Usseau. [Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 500 perf.] Emil Bruchner (Skippy Homeier), whose liberal father was killed by the Fascists, is a young boy ...
Women

Women  

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(1936),a comedy by Clare Boothe. [Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 657 perf.] Bitchy Park Avenue wife Sylvia Fowler (Ilka Chase) persuades Mary Haines (Margalo Gillmore) to use her gossipy manicurist Olga ...

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