The Theatre: The Best Plays: Jun. 30, 1924

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

Drama

COBRA—Frankly, but somewhat un-gallantly, setting forth that Eve is still the temptress.

THE MIRACLE—Max Reinhardt magnificently making a holy show of religion.

SAINT JOAN—Last week of Bernard Shaw in his most magnanimous mood toward human aspirations.

THE WONDERFUL VISIT—H. G. Wells and St. John Ervine, two very thoughtful gentlemen, teach an angel the futility of pearls before swine.

Comedy

EXPRESSING WILLIE—A deft satire on the ludicrous results when a business man has...

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