Theatre: New Plays: Jan. 28, 1924

The Miracle. The rays of collective genius, gathered from many lands by Morris Gest and focused to a burning point of matchless beauty, have burst at last into full flame. The light of The Miracle must henceforth be the sovereign beacon for theatrical spectacle. It has bewildering splendor, apparently limitless magnificence. More important than all, it has a narrative intensity that makes it a memorable emotional experience.

Followers, of theatrical despatches for many weeks have been burrowing through masses of statistics and superlative, relative to this...

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