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Arena's 'Glass Menagerie' Is a Glowing Project By Jay Carmody Arena stage is proving two things that should pique the interesl of all theatergoers during the next fortnight. One of these is that “The Glass Menagerie” still is the best play Tennessee Williams has written; the other that, of all modern dramas it also is the most gracefully and effectively adapted to central As directed by Alan Schneider, the lyrically wistful and wryly hu morous memory of Williams’ youth, seems to have found its ideal form in “the round.” Even the imaginative first production which established its author as a revolutionary genius in the con temporary drama left its con straints upon his style. In central staging his potion of reverie and reality is free to flow. The result is a “Glass Menag erie” which rescues one of the most eloquent and affecting thea ter pieces of its time from the memory of a recent film produc tion that was as unhappy as its intentions probably were good. * * * * Without the blessing of a Laurette Taylor who played the original Amanda with such un forgettable poignance, the play reverts to Williams and stands as a glowing commentary on his brilliance. An enormity of sym pathy and perception has gone into its staging on this occasion and with a single mildly untoward exception, its playing. One noteworthy reflection ofj Director Schneider’s work is the introduction of a fifth character This is the father of Hero Tom Wingate, the wayward head of the house who worked for the tele phone company, “fell in love one day with long distance,” and left home never to return. In the orig inal production, and in the film, this character was represented by a picture on the wall of the de serted Wingate’s alley apartment. Here he moves, a speechless, im pishly grinning ghost through the memories of the Wingates. He is quite a humorously wel come stranger. * * * * The haunting beauty and sad ness of Williams’ memory of his 8t. Louis adolesence constitute the fragile essence of "The Glass Me nagerie.” This can be treacher ously elusive material even for the most artful professionals as the recent film with Gertrude Lawrence left no doubt. It is not so in this Arena pro duction. Director Schneider has been remarkably alive to its per fidies. principally that Amanda Wingate might seem merely' a ehrewish Southern grand dame living in a half-mad dream and her two children, Tom and Where and When Current Screen Attractions and Time of Showing Stage. Arena—“The Glass Menagerie”; 1:30 p.m. New Gayety—“The Guards man”; 2:30 and 8:30 p.m. Screen. AiHDassaaor— ljigrumng ouises; Twice”; 1:35, 3:35, 5:35, 7:35 and 9:35 p.m. Capitol — “Royal Wedding”: 11 a.m.. 1:45. 4:30, 7:15 and 10 p.m. Stage shows: 1, 3:45, 6:30 and 9:15 p.m. Columbia—“The Mating Sea son”; 10:45 a.m. and 1:30, 4:15, 7:00 and 9:45 p.m. Dupont — “The Blue Lamp”: 1:00, 2:45, 4:30, 6:15, 8:00 and 9:50 p.m. Keith’s —“The Thing”: 11:30 a.m„ 1:35, 3:35, 5:40, 7:45 and 9:45 p.m. Little—“Stairway to Heaven”; 9 JO, 6:00 and 9:40 p.m. Metropolitan — "Valentino”: j 11:30 a.m., 1:30, 3:30, 5:35, 7:40 and 9:45 p.m. National — “Branded”: 11:20 a.m., 1:05, 2:45, 4:25. 6:10, 7:50 and 9:35 p.m. Palace—“Father’s Little Divi dend”: 11:45 a.m., 1:45, 3:45, 5:45, V:45 and 9:50 p.m. Pix—“San Francisco”: 2:25. 9:00 and 9:25 p.m. Playhouse — "Fourteen Hours”: 11:20 a.m.. 1:25, 3:30, 5:35, 7:45 and 9:55 p.m. Plasa — “The Mudlark”: 11:00 a.m., 1:10, 3:20, 5:30, 7:40 and 10 pm. Trans-Lux — “The Long Dark Hall”: 11:15 a.m., 1, 2:45, 4:30, 9:15, 8 and 9:45 p.m. Warner — “Lightning Strikes Twice”; 11:40 a.m., 1:40, 3:40. 8:40, 7:40 and 9:40 p.m. AMUSEMENTS. Laura, a pair of grotesquely logi cal offspring of such a mother. He sees to it that they come off instead as deeply real, touch ing figures in an unjust, inimical world. There is no evasion ol the bitter humor that colors their relations, the son’s desperate flight from Amanda’s endless goading, the shy daughter’s hys terical retreat from the sugges tion that her lameness is not blight upon her romantic pros pects. These provide “The Glass Me nagerie” with overtones as finely modulated as those in a Chaplin comedy and the Arena produc tion intelligently makes the most n# f Am The relations of the Wingates with each other are one thing, however, and their common rela tionship to the world are an other. They are simply too hungry for the barest of subsistence to satisfy their innate private hun gers to be tender, understanding, brave, gay and all the other noble and happy things Amanda re members of her Southern girl hood. In the ouick, darting poetic form of “The Glass Menagerie,” Williams reveals an enormity of the detail in the lives of this underprivileged trio hiding in a St. Louis slum. Arena’s produc tion is remarkably successful in capturing its dramatic meanings. * * * * Where it falters most notice ably is in the second act. in the famous “gentleman caller’’ scene in which the crippled Laura has a moment of promised rescue from her glass animal phobia. At last night’s opening performance one of Arena’s usually most re liable actors was the unwitting miscreant of the occasion. This is Pemell Roberts who seemed throughout the long scene to De mucn too ponsneo a gentleman to represent Williams’ shoe factory shipping clerk. The play lost its wistful reality in this scene, an obviously serious loss. Singular good fortune, however, has provided the production with i striking Mother Amanda Win ;ate in newcomer Janet Schmidt. Miss Schmidt’s magnolia-voiced Amanda dreaming of her faded plantation past and of a future that will be as happy for her chil dren is the play’s bright figure. Lester Rawlings is almost equally effective as the son torn between flight and duty and Dorothea Jackson creates a touching portrait of the morbidly retreating daughter, Laura. Henry Oliver, the added starter in the role of the grinning run away father, is another asset to what is one of Arena’s mos* note worthy productions. MENAGERIE GIRL—Dorothea Jackson, who plays the Laura role in Tennessee Williams’ "Glass Menagerie," which opened last night at Arena Stage. Film Lights Give Fish Quick Aging By the Associated Press HOLLYWOOD. Movie prop man Bill Nunley just completed the smelliest job of his career—playing nursemaid to three tons of ocean fish. The shipment of halibut, alba core and mackerel was brought from San Francisco to Universal International Studios in a re frigerated truck. j numey s joo was 10 put a&o of them on hooks so actors, perform ing on a soundstage boat, could make like they were reeling ’em in. He also had to chop up sev eral score as bait. After each Scene, Nunley and his aides would rush the fish back to the icebox. But those sound stage lights are hot. Soon the fish began to spoil. Actors and crew began breathing through handkerchiefs. Nobody, least of all Nunley, ob jected when the director gave the word to knock off early. _AMUSEMENTS._ i ~ " ' i1 1 l // PARK & DINE ATl |WARWy/f 11"ree Parking Adjoining Restaurant j For S3 yean the finest of 4 Ocean Fresh Seafoods\\ Steaks-Luncheons-Dinners W 516 North Capitol St. N Opposite I’nion Station N Open 'til 1 A.M. Daily A Sunday M PAN-AMERICAN DAY FIESTA CONSTITUTION HALL TONIGHT. 8:30 P. M. A thrilling and colorful evening «( gongs and dancei at Latin-America. Featuring: MARIA TRESA ACUNA. LIU MARTINEZ. CARMEN RIVAS. CHUCBO MARTINEZ, EUGENIA ORTUNA. and a holt of gingers, instrumentalists, and Folk Dancers of Latln-Amerlca. Prices: $1.20, *1.80, *2.40 (INCL. TAX) Tickets at: HATES CONCERT BUREAU 1108 G Street N.W. NAtional 7181 E. MORRISON PAPER CO. 1009 Penna- Ave. N.W. Blank Books and Other Office Supplies Phone IVA. 2945 — J. ARTHUR RANK presents THE JACK WARNER JIMMY HANLEY DIRK BOGARDE ROBERT FLEMYNG Washington Premiere TODAY riunnnt1332 C0NN m UUfJUIII DUpont 7JOO WMWmmWMWf** (2 GREAT FILMS BY THE PRODUCERS OF "RED SHOES" AND "TALES OF HOFFMANN" MICHEL POWELL and EMtRIC PRESSBURGER’S "black narcissus* "stairway to heaven with with DEBORAH KERR • JEAN SIMMONS DAVID NIVEN • MARIUS GORING LITTLE ** 'mi* it* “ STARTS TODAY Vm-ii-IOOW OMK l d * AMUSEMENTS. 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I 2ND WEEK HUMPHREY T_~r ffltrr ropArromotaowi J BOGART ™*rar™ m> inti BETHESDAl I 'nurrmuD* l«w. «*t «t to inw>y. * ■ AHUat I TOP4T ownri [ THE swum ALLEN I ENFORCER • "ISVPEI- A. A8MJ-MHII MMT TMILLEI! mmSBIl ■inHasi 5 tooAY ■ |—CHEVERlYll W. WUkY AT LAWP0H1 t„ m tt» M mu PARKING! Opm *00 ■ rlTHE BEST THRILLER TO COMeU ■ ALONG SINCE "FRANKENSTEIN"! ■ UADVIUC DACT II SEE IT, IF YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE I ML IS NORMAL O'NEIL, NEWS j wmmmm, & sKEITHS ■ _i $0 THAT THE PHHUC MAY KNOW! — the facts about— NO ORCHIDS FOR MISS BLANDISH Since its production, No Orchids For Miss Blandish has been engulfed in a storm of criticism and controversy. There are those who objected to its bloodshed and brutality. There are those who have found its subject matter amoral. - - -= LIFE Magazine devoted three pages to the picture: Said LIFE: , . . “Without exception, the critics were horrified." IMr 1W No Orchids For Miss Blandish is definitely not for the lily-livered. STARTS TOMORROW Open 10:45 AM. 14th at H n.w. PAUL DOUGLAS RICHARD BASEHART 3ARBARA BEL GEDDES PLAYHOUSE IMIH ST HOt * ^Gayest m$mw Technicolor Musical I -~*~W FEED JANE WftSTAIRE-POWELL iBemlWede/ma | PETER SARAH l LAWFORD • CHURCHILL.££ %*»wvhn „ym/HmSTmshow □ mi.r ^L^- Starts' Tomorrow (g |g JACK E. LEONARD Fun by rne Ten = THE APPLETONS ^T. the THREE HI Sensational Apache Trio XIDWAROSBNOTHENS 0$ Washington's Own wafti HELEN FORREST m Radio t Recording Star ^ j P SAW JACK KAUFMAN A CapHel Orchestra f • • v toatufing ROY ROBERTS | Ends Today* CAPITOL* On Stage-Bob Williams, Sasaa A Fred Barry-.ethers TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES FAIRFAX THEATER TRIO," JEAN SIMMONS, JAMES HAY rEN. Mill II 2402 Mt. V«rnon Av«, UUILII A|„ Vo ov 3560 WE BRINO BACK THE BEST ONES! CLIFTON WEBB in “Mr. Belvedere Goes to College” CAROLINA ”,h on*u"3cu7Ar SE LUCILLE BALL. •'POLLER BRUSH OIRL," JANE WYMAN. "GLASS MENAGERIE ” STANTON ^ JOSEPH COTTEN. “WALK SOFTLY STRANGER " WILLIAM LUNDIOAN. "POL LOW ME QUIETLY." -WARNER BROS. THEATEBS For Information Colt Mtvublie tSIt AMBASSADOR JgS«K&S Twice," 1:35, 3:35, 5:35, 7:35, 9:35. kV&I All w Somerset Maugham s. HIniiMH •Trio," 6:15, 7:55, 9:40. 1VF RRANTI J*mei Cagney, ATEi. aBAHU "Kiss Tomorrow Ooodbye." 6:15, 8:40. Barbara Stan wyck, "Lady ol Burlesque," 8:10. RPlirai V Free Parking. Jane Wy OfaVfaAfa I man, . Johnnj Belinda." 4:05. 8. Ronald Reagan. Doris Day “8torm Warning." 2. 5:50, 9:40. CALVEBT SBEBIDAN £7” to Noon." 2, 3:55, 5:46, 7:40, 9.40. rrUTR h I Errol Plynn. "Kim," IT. IffaillAAIa 2:20, 5:50, 9:15. ‘Three Husbands." 1:05, 4:30, 7:55. mi ANY olngtr Rogers, Ronald VUulin a Began, "Storm Warning," 6:15, 8, 9:50. Krinirnv Mark Stevens. ‘Target AfaRAfalf I unknown," a, 3:55, 5:50, 7:50, 9:45. Fcm-ffrou Z"“ :,s 5:20, 7:20, 9:30. SAVOY Marx Brothers. “Love ■MITVI Happy." 8:05. Steve Brodle, “Home ol the Brave," 6:30. 8:40. SFTA 811ver 8prlng. Md. Pree Park VfaVV ing ,Xhe Next Voice You Hear." 6:30, 9:45. Fred Astaire. Red Skelton, "Three Little Words," 7:50. SILVER 8llver Spring. Md. Free mist fan Perking. "Seven Days to Noon." 1:15. 3:20, 5:25. 7:30, 9:40. TAKQMA Free Parking. Philip anuwrui Dorn, Catherine McLeod, “I've Always Loved You." 6, 9:35. Faith Dome.-gue. "Vendetta." 8:10. UPTOWN HumPPrey Bogart. "The wa awnn Enforcer," 1:05. 8:10. 1:15. 7:26. 8:39. , HISER-BETHESDA 74UwlWiU" LAST 2 DAYS! HURRY! Academy Award Winner “ALL ABOUT EVE” The picture everyone want* to see again! 6 Academy Awards Including "Best Picture of the Year." Program at 6 and 8:45 p.m. Feature at 6:30 and 9:15 p.m. GEORGETOWN “THE COMMUNITY ART CINEMA” H. G. WELLS’ Brilliant Comedy Fantasy! 1 “THE MAN WHO COULD WORK MIRACLES” Starring ROLAND YOUNG with SIR RALPH RICHARD60N, JOAN GARDNER. Doors Open 5:45 p.m. Feature at 6:17. 8:08, 9:59 p.m. CIRCLE 2103 Pa. Ava. N.W. RE. 0184 j Last Day: MARK STEVEN8. ALEX NICOL. JOYCE HOLDEN in "TARGET UNKNOWN" it 6, 7:50. 9:40. GflEENBELT MD GINGER ROGERS RONALD REGAN. "STORM WARNING." -SIDNEY LUST THEATERS—. DRIVE-IN S0"0: Pik* 5 Min. p,.i ,n Us of Md.—TOwer 3800 Open 0 PM. — Last day: BARRY JONES in "7 DAYS TO NOON “ The Atomic Bomb Thriller! At 7:25. 9:35. HYATTSVILLE H^m.. *Mdd: Hyattsv. 0552—Free Parking—Last day: ALAN LADD. MONA FREEMAN CHARLES BICKFORD in "BRANDED” tA Technicolor Western) at 0:15. 8:11. CHEVTEHLV P«*«n» Highway ot . “***1 Landover Rd. Md. UN. 0100—Free Parking—Last day GINGER ROGERS. RONALD REAGAN. STEVE COCHRAN. DORIS DAY in "STORM WARNING,” at 0:15. 7:66 9:44_ MARLBORO Upp*r Marlboro, Md. linnimWBU Mor|. 9873—last Day! BARRY SULLIVAN in "PAYMENT ON DEMAND.” at 7:18. KAYWOOD E»*Mrn Ay*., Bet. R. I. & iwiinuuu Mich A„, WA 8899 D»st day: HUMPHREY BOGART in "THE ENFORCER.” at 0:15, 7:55. 9:35. CAMEO 3820 34th Street VM1E.U M, Rainier, Md—WA. 9746 Last day: JOHN LITEL. ANN 8HERI gAN Jn J^LCATRAZ ISLAND" and HUMPHREY BOGART. ANN SHERI DAN in "SAN QUENTIN.” Open 5:30. Show 60)t. Last complete show 8::i6. ALLEN N,w Hampshire & Ethan Allen AhbUR Av„ $H 3322—Free Parking D«st Day .HUMPHREY BOGART In "THE ENFORCER," at 6:15, 7:55. AIRPORT DRIVE-IN ^ Arlington, Vo. OT. 8100 "TO PLEA8E A LADY." CLARKI GABLE. BARBARA STANWYCK, at 7:40 and 10. Plus Cartoon. Sunday Roundup—Technicolor Featurette. Lo cated in Arlington on 13. S. Route 1. One mile South of the 14th Street Bridge. Five minutes from Downtown. Kids Free!! SUNSCT DRIVE-IN uV0bum87Pk Bet. Columbia Pk. and Shirley Hwy. open 6:30. Today Only: JOSEPH COTTEN in "THE THIRD MAN” (1051 Academy Awardi. at 8:15. plus "THE VANISHING WESTERNER " at 7 and 10:05. *1 plus ta» a carfull. E. M. IOEWS MT. VERNON OPEN AIR DRIVE-IN Route I, 3 Ml. So. of Alex. AL. 7050. JOYCE REYNOLDS in "GIRLS SCHOOL." at 7. 10. Plus HUM PHREY BOGART in "THE ENFORC ER " at 8:30 Free Playground. Free Pony R1 d e al (Thursday: "BRANDED." Fairlawn Amusement Co. HIGHLAND M ALAN LADD in “BRANDED” In Tech nicolor. Rt H:15. 7:55, 0:40. ATLANTIC Nkh£ A& 3-£Tic HUMPHREY BOGART in “TnE EN FORCER" at 6:35. 8:03, 9.45. CONGRESS 2931 5 E‘ RONALD REAGAN. GINGER ROGERS in “STORM WARNING,” at 6:15. 7:55. 9:411. ANACOSTIA ,4,s5EGooAdxHo2724Rd HUMPHREY BOGART in “THE EN FORCER.” at 1:30. 3:30. E:30, 7:30. 9:30. PADII Marlboro Piko at Dist. Lino I*UI1A1« HI. S151 Free ParkinB The Atomic Thriller!—“SEVEN DAYS TO NOON.” at 6:15. 7:35. 9:40. LAUREL Sfl JS BETTE DAVI8 in “PAYMENT ON DEMAND.”__ CAPITOL Copi,olHIH77h^. Double Feature—ROSALIND RUSSELI. in “MY SISTER EILEEN,' at 6:35. 9:40. “FEDERAL MAN,” at 8:10. Tomor and Pri.: JUDY (Academy Award I HOLLIDAY In "BORN YESTERDAY." BETHESna Wi»- *»»■ * E-W Hwy. ubinuvH W| 2W8.9636 Pree Parking—Today-tomor: HUMPH RKYBOGART. ROY ROBERTS in "THE ENFORCER, at 6:15, 8:00, 9:43. Friday: ALL FAMILY SHOW! ROY ROGERS. DALE EVAN8 in "TRIG GER. Jr.." PLUS: OUR GANG |SucgD£ IluI^unny' donald VIERS MILL ro.rj.2«6 Vi,,aB* Free Parking — Last" day BARRY JONES. OLIVE SLOAN in "7 DAYS TO NOON (Suspense—Action— Thrillsi. at 7, 9:15. MILO Ph- *«kvill«, Md.2434 frn Parking—lost day! SSSFUSS0.®*8, RONALD REAGAN. PRS1.?- D,AY in "STORM WARNING.” y. 1 O. 1 i Free Parking at Apex . . . Naylor f.- ■ Flower . . . Mac Arthur. Private Party Rooms at These Theaters. Nursery for Children at All K-B Theaters. iprv 4813 Mott. Ave. N.W. WO. 4400 Sensational Expose of "Murder. Inc." HUMPHREY BOGART as "THE EN FORCER. 1:40. 3:40. 5:40. 7-40, W.40. ATLAS 1331 H St. NE. AT. 8300 n,Un“ Cont. 1 to 11 WILLIAMS & EVE ARDEN, A LETTER TO THREE HUSBANDS '* Plus by Popular Request—One of the best. THE FALLEN IDOL" with RALPH RICHARDSON. BOBBY HEN ERY. MICHELE MORGAN. FL0WFR Pin»7 Branch Rd. and a fell TV lilt Flow,r Av, 7.70I7 DOORS OPEN ft P.M. JSSfiliSS-JS?1*0!* of “Murder. Inc." HUMPHREY BOGART as "THE EN FORCER." 6:15, 8:00, 9:45. NAYLOR * Alabama Ave. S E. nniieun Vi 4000 DOOR8 OPEN 6 PM. A Nation Shocked . . . Daring Expose of "Murder. Inc.” HUMPHREY BO-* OART as "THE ENFORCER." 8:30, 8:10. 9:55. MacARTHTO X Doors Open 6:15. BARRY JONYS. OLIVE SLOANE. "8EVEN DAYS TO NOON." 7:20. 9:45. Plus WALT DIS NEY'S "SALUDOS AMIGOS" in Tech nicolor. 6:40, 9:00. & a» 1 s M k u m 1 » i e -1 j3 >S el IS 5l t i O 3 I! Us THE VILLAGE |£ U & Last Day: EARP.Y JONES. OLIVE SLOANE In "SEVEN DAYS TO NOON.” at 6. 7:56, 9:52. NEWTON 12,h 4 New,on Sh- N E Last Day: MARK STEVENS. ROBERT DOUGLAS In "TARGET UNKNOWN." at 6. 7:50. 9.40. JESSETHEATER "t* Phone Ol HHOI Last Day: BURT LANCASTER. ROB ERT WALKER in "VENGEANCE VALLEY” (Technicolor), at 6:25. fl:40. JEAN ARTHUR. JOHN WAYNE in “THE LADY TAKES A, CHANCE." at 7:48. 7 THE VFRIInll 3707 Mt- Vernon NEW WMU1W1I Ave., Ale*., Vo. I Block From Prealdential Gardena Phene ALex. 2424 Last Day: GENE EVANS, STEVE BRODIE in “STEEL HELMET." at 6, 7:45, 9:25. CTATr "THE STEEL HELMET.” ROBERT HUTTON, STEVE BRODIE. I rr “THE STORY OP O.X. JOE," laEJi BURGESS MERIDITK. KDI IMCTflU "THE ENFORCER." HXILII1UI un HUMPHREY BO OART, ZERO MOSTEL.__ Hill CAM ‘THE STEEL HELMET." ” ROBERT HUTTON. STEVE BRODIE. 1723 King St., Alex. 3443 Parking Space ABBOTT and COSTELLO meet "THE INVISIBLE MAN."_ _ VTDRfUtA Memorial llvd. & lit St. YlnuInlA Al„ 6)33 SUBAN HAYWARD, WILLIAM LUN DIGAN. "TD CLIMB THE HIOHEST MOUNTAIN.": CENTRE Fairlington, Va. TE. 1000 •UNDERCOVER GIRL." ALEXIS SMITH. SCOTT BRADY._ SHIRLINGTON 'Spgff "BRANDED,” ALAN LADD. MONA FREEMAN. A® A CUT fill “TOAST OF NEW OH naniun leans.” kathkyn GRAYSON. MARIO LANZA._ Cl PUT "STORM WARNING,” UliEiDL GINGER ROGERS, RON ALD REAGAN_ BUCKINGHAM ptohreceern; HUMPHREY BOGART. ZERO MOS TEL,_, RVUI) "TRIO.” ANNE CRAW BinU FORD, ROLAND CULVER. irrrrpcnu “target un JM ■ LIMUfl KNOWN,” ROBERT ! DOUGLAS. MARK STEVENS. aid.