These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:
COBRA—The fireworks of sex touched off somewhat luridly but effectively.
SAINT JOAN—Bernard Shaw trenchantly becomes the patron saint of Joan of Arc.
THE WONDERFUL VISIT—H. G .Wells almost made sentimental in this appealing story of an angel who falls from heaven and nearly falls from grace.
THE MIRACLE—Last week of Max Reinhardt's de luxe edition of religion.
EXPRESSING WILLIE—The balloon of egotism deftly punctured with shafts of satire.
THE SHOW-OFF—One of the best...