The Theatre: Drama

"LAUGH, CLOWN, LAUGH !"—Lionel Barrymore etches powerfully the obverse side of a clown's life, in a typical Belasco production, including the pet rainstorm.

THE LADY—Mary Nash takes the sting out of old-fashioned melodrama as the English show-girl who loved too respectably.

THE MIRACLE—Prodigal pomp and circumstance. Max Reinhardt and Morris Gest introduce Billy Sunday showmanship into religion.

IN THE NEXT ROOM—Mrs. August Belmont (author) turns suavely and ingeniously to the furniture to supply thrills in mystery melodrama. Murders on the instalment plan, but no shooting.

Moscow ART THEATRE—The Russians come once more into the...

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