The Theatre: New Plays: Jul. 2, 1923

Helen of Troy, N. Y. Mr. Kaufman and Mr. Connelly play handball with the Babbitts of the collar industry through one of the most amusing musical-comedies ever seen. The plot isn't too obtrusive, and there's lots of pretty music as well, and a young lady called Queenie Smith displays herself as by far the most worth-while person of that cognomen since the time of old Captain John.

Burns Mantle: "A lively show lightly touched with smart humor. James Whittaker: " Fragrant, joyous, seductive. . . ."

The Scandals of 1923. Another rich, variegated, almost...

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