By Robert Simonson
31 May 2013
Photo by Joan Marcus
The seldom-seen 1948 drama, featuring a play-within-a-play and touching on ideas of stewardship of the land, family, parenting and community, was giving largely admiring marks by critics, who felt the production hit the right tone of sweet cynicism, though they were split on whether Lloyd's madcap work distracted from or added to the overall quality of the show. Sheik's music was also praised.
Why don't we dispense with the formalities of a selection process, and just agree that Neil Patrick Harris will host every award show from now on?
I understand that Seth MacFarlane wasn't so popular as this years Oscar host…