A Theory of Theatrical Relativity

Brustein, Robert
April 1961
New Republic;4/17/61, Vol. 144 Issue 16, p20
Entertainment Review
Reviews several theatrical productions. "Hamlet," directed by Stuart Vaughn and performed by Donald Madden at Phoenix Theater; "A Far Country," directed by Alfred Ryder, performed by Steven Hill, Salome Jens and Kim Stanley at the Music Box; "Big Fish, Little Fish," directed by John Gielgud, performed by Hume Cronyn and Martin Gabel at ANTA Theater.


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