The Theatre: The Best Plays: Apr. 14, 1924

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


OUTWARD BOUND—Creepily thrilling and adequately played drama which makes the hereafter a Swedenborgian sequel to life.

RAIN—Still proves that Art is indeed long, by the length of its run.

TARNISH—A natural study of the awful consequences of getting found out.

IN THE NEXT ROOM—Mystery melodrama as polite as Punch, but still having red blood.

SAINT JOAN—Bernard Shaw administers a characteristic lesson to History, though in the best spirit.

THE MIRACLE—The outward and visible sign of Max Reinhardt's inward and...

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