Theatre: New Plays: Dec. 10, 1923

Sancho Panza. Otis Skinner has turned up in virtually a new type of theatrical entertainment. It is partially spectacle, partially satire, partially a political essay. All of it is seasoned by a liberal supply of slapstick and it adds up to substantial entertainment. The story reveals the Squire of Don Quixote in process of ruling the fanciful city of Barataria. Thus are the satire and the politics neatly wrapped and delivered. The slapstick falls chiefly to the lot of one Robert Rossire, who muffles his true...

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