Theatre: New Plays: Jan. 7, 1924

The Wild Westcotts. For the space of two hours every evening the public is now privileged to follow the firecracker sputtering of the Westcott family in a new comedy of domestic infelicity. Anne Morrison, actress, is the author, and it is rather more than evident that Miss Morrison keeps an ear to the open window to catch her neighbors' squabbles. The chief merit in the play is the fierce joy you can derive by turning to Aunt Jane beside you and disturbing all within hearing distance with...

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