BROADWAY'S BEAUTIFUL LOSERS by Marilyn Stasio

BROADWAY'S BEAUTIFUL LOSERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Five recent Broadway bombs (all of exceptional merit, according to Cue's Stasio -- Bellow's Last Analysis, Perelman's Beauty Part, Wheeler's Look, We've Come Through, Richardson's Xmas in Las Vegas, and Mercier's Johnny No-Trump) are viewed as archetypal victims of the ""relentless hit-flop syndrome."" The full text of each play is followed by Stasio's post-mortem.

Pub Date: Sept. 6th, 1972
Publisher: Delacorte