The Theatre: The Best Plays: Jul. 7, 1924

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


COBRA—The spirit of the red light district discreetly modulated to a suave pink, but drawing the eyes just the same.

THE WONDERFUL VISIT—A stimulating if talky play in which an angel dropped from Heaven shows that the world is too much with us.


THE SHOW-OFF—A pungent exposure of the type of man who is always with us, and whom even this incisive satire cannot destroy.

BEGGAR ON HORSEBACK—Satire mingled with rollicking burlesque, as...

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