The Open Road

The Theatre Guild Cannot, in All Honesty, Confine Itself to Manhattan For the first time in its brief but illustrious history the (Manhattan) Theatre Guild has sent a company on tour. Headed by Basil Sidney, the players are already operating in important cities; Baltimore witnessed their opening, Washington, Chicago, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Boston, Toronto and more will have glimpses of their wanderings. He Who Gets Slapped by Leonid Andreyev, Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen, and The Devil's Disciple by G. B. Shaw compose their repertory. They give all of these at each stand—time permitting....

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