The Theatre: The New Plays

The Theatre rubs its eyes, sleepy with Summer, this week and begins to look about Broadway for Winter quarters. Five plays will be produced as the overture to the ten months' performance of the season. In their wake, nearly ten score will follow before another June empties the playhouses. Scanning the list of these, one finds the following of primary importance:

Peter Pan—The U. S. had come to believe this fantasy of J. M. Barrie the exclusive privilege of Maude Adams. Some months ago, Charles B. Dillingham...

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