These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:
RAIN—Religion and morality mildewed by the ceaseless downpour of a South Sea Island.
WHITE CARGO—Going farther than usual in point of plot by mixing the white and the black in its discussion of disintegrated character in extremely foreign lands.
CONSCIENCE—A fairly flabby play of how a rotten husband will rot his wife's existence, blown to high pressure by the startling performance of Lillian Foster.
COBRA—Through the sundown summer season, this melodrama of...