Theatre: New Plays: Feb. 11, 1924

The Goose Hangs High. Regarding the younger generation there seem to be only two attitudes. You must be either a pessimist or a chauvinist. Playwright Lewis Beach is the latter.

He goes about the demonstration of his theory by discovering a household full of selfish brats in incipient stages of art and matrimony. Father, who has paid the bills for 25 or 27 years, is suddenly forced out of a job and the brat brood is penniless. Immediately there is a general rallying round. The selfish brats...

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