The Theatre: The Best Plays: Aug. 4, 1924

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


THE WONDERFUL VISIT—An intruding Angel finds that things on Earth are not as they are in Heaven.

COBRA—Eve and the snake develop interlocking personalities, for the confusion of the modern Adam.


EXPRESSING WILLIE—Proving conclusively that temperament, attribute of opera-singers and long-haired virtuosos, is not for the plain businessman.

FASHION, OR LIFE IN NEW YORK— Spurious counts, innocent maidens, forging financiers, tell-tale French maids all take the audience into their...

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