These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:
OUTWARD BOUND— A magnetic, wistfully played drama of the hereafter, for those who take their future life seriously— and for those who don't.
COBRA— A thumping play weaving good impulses with lustfulness, causing the staring eye and the flushed brow.
THE OUTSIDER — Katherine Cornell makes you believe she is a cripple, and also that this is a play.
SAINT JOAN— Bernard Shaw, with the wise tolerance of age, giving Jeanne d'Arc...