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[[bold]] A THEATREGOER'S NOTEBOOK [[/bold]]

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Flower, Forty Carats). [[/italics]]
     "Angela never suggested Anthony, nor did her husband, Peter Shaw," said Arthur Cantor, a co-producer. "Vivian Matalon (who will direct) thought of Anthony――he'd directed him in [[italics]] Bus Stop [[/italics]] in London with Lee Remick. We called Angela and she said, 'I stay out of his career.' Anthony read for us and won out over 35 others."
     [[italics]] A Little Family Business [[/italics]] will play Los Angeles and San Francisco before Broadway at the end of December. A son of Robert Cummings, the film actor, is in the cast.

[[bold]] SELLING THE APPLE [[/bold]]
John P. MacBean sees four or five plays a week――on Broadway, Off and Off-Off. "Theatre is my life," he says.
His favorite vacation: Two weeks in London seeing plays. His five favorite plays: 
[[italics]] Long Day's Journey Into Night, Death of a Salesman, A Streetcar Named Desire, Our Town [[/italics]] and [[italics]] Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? [[/italics]]
     Theatre is vital to his public relations work in the New York Convention & Visitors Bureau. "Journalists come here from all over to write stories about New York, they come to us for briefing and often we send them to shows; this is [[italics]] the [[/italics]] theatre capital of the world. If they don't want to go alone, I go with them."  
     For his tickets and theirs he frequents TKTS. "It's not difficult and it's inexpensive (about half-price)," he says. "People fall for the myths and miss a great joy." His advice: Have in mind two or three shows, go to the one that offers that the best seats, go alone if need be――but go to something.
   "For evening performances I hit TKTS at 47th and Broadway around 6:30 p.m., when the line is shorter. Or I go by subway to TKTS at 100 William Street, which opens at 11:30 a.m., and seldom has a long line, but doesn't sell matinee tickets. I also use twofers," available to anyone at the Bureau, 2 Columbus Circle.
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