excerpt from 'Lionel Bradley Bulletin, 11 Feb 1939' (149 words)

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Lionel Bradley Bulletin, 11 Feb 1939

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Feb. 11, Savoy Theatre, An Elephant in Arcady

I could not resist the temptation to be present at the last performance of this charming work which I found to be as fresh and delightful as ever. Geoffrey Dunn had returned to the part of Hortensio; the rest of the cast was, I think, the same as in January. A run of 17 ½ weeks – 13 ½ weeks at the tiny Kingsway Theatre which seats less than 600 people and another 4 weeks at the Savoy which holds twice as many – and a total (if I have reckoned correctly) of 141 performances is quite creditable for these days but I could have wished that a piece which added wit and good taste to its musical charms had been able to continue longer. For this last night there were very few vacant seats & the supply of programmes ran out. Ranalow made a graceful and urbane valedictory address.

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