On topic once removed. Yesterday I saw “Yours Unfaithfully” at the Mint Theatre (NYC). This play, written in 1933 and never produced until now, was written by Miles Malleson, who played the Sultan in “Thief of Bagdad.” Wiki will supply details about this much admired actor, director, playwright. The play was brittle, very “moderne” in its attitude toward open marriage (it was autobiographical). Something reminiscent of “Design for Living” but with less abandon, less wit, but with more serious discussion of the real consequences to real people in such situations. The Mint Theatre is a wonderful institution that specializes in lesser plays by known authors, or, as in this instance, totally unknown plays by second tier, (and sometimes unknown or unacknowledged) playwrights.