April 1, 1944

Broadway Letter

By George Beiswanger

The most prosperous and barren season in years—this is the current story in a nutshell. For an out-of-town visitor, a select list might read as follows. Othello, because it is […]

January 1, 1943

Broadway Letter

By George Beiswanger

New York, November 1, 1942. More and more, the war effort is making its expected inroads upon stage personnel, and the capacities out of which theatre springs are being converted […]

April 1, 1942

Broadway Letter

By George Beiswanger

Barring some major turn of events during the remainder of the theater season, the year will go down on the record as the least productive since American playwriting got under […]