The Theatre: The Best Plays: Jun. 25, 1923

These are the plays which in the light of metropolitan criticism seem most important:

AREN'T WE ALL—Delightful drawing-room comedy offering Cyril Maude wide scope as a charming old titled rake who parks his brand-new sweeties in the British Museum.

SEVENTH HEAVEN—Up among the Paris chimney pots, Helen Menken suffers to the breaking point the verbal and physical abuse of a shrewish sister. Later she plays the Marseillaise on sister's anatomy with a long black whip and almost everyone but sister is sittin' pretty at the finale.

RAIN—The United States...

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