The Theatre: New Plays: Nov. 19, 1923

Spring Cleaning. Critics observe that every dramatist is bound by the inevitable to write before his span of life is done a play in which a street walker walks into a drawing room unannounced. She usually walks out again leaving a group of idle rich attempting to reassemble the fragments of their devastated philosophy. Such is the current effort of Frederick Lonsdale, Englishman, author of Aren't We All. Inserting his tiny needle point of humor into this familiar situation, he has injected various stimulating charges of the unexpected. He sustains, therefore, the...

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