The Theatre: The Best Plays: Feb. 18, 1924

These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:


THE MIRACLE—Moves a Manhattan theatre back to the shadows of the Middle Ages. "The Greatest Show on Earth."

SUN UP—The sunless side of Southern mountain life softened by the first rays of civilized conception reflected by the War.

TARNISH—The immaculate girl and the infamous woman—both loved by the same man.

RAIN—Scintillating portrayal by Jeanne Eagels of sex in the Southern seas.

"LAUGH, CLOWN, LAUGH!"—Lionel Barrymore as the clown to whom life was a sullen...

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