These are the plays which in the light of metropolitan criticism seem most important:
RAIN—A powerful and well-acted indictment of a rabid missionary in the South Seas. For three acts the audience squirms with delight while Jeanne Eagels discredits " the eleventh commandment": Thou shalt not commit enjoyment.
YOU AND I—H. B. Warner plays a kindly part in a comedy of disillusionment. He turns from soap manufacture to painting, puts his soul on canvas, and sells it—as the skin you love to touch.
ICEBOUND — Grim New England and grasping relatives...