Theatre: New Plays: Sep. 8, 1924

The Werewolf: Described by Alexander Woollcott as "the most sedulously pornographic comedy of recent years," this adaptation from the German of Rudolph Lothar created a stir in Manhattan last week. Mr. Woollcott went on to describe the play as one "with three acts, nine actors and six cases of adultery."

Into the household of a Spanish noblewoman comes a famous medium. The night before the action opens, three peasant girls have been mysteriously assaulted on the grounds of the estate.

These misdemeanors are laid to the...

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