The Theatre: Best Plays: Dec. 8, 1924

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


S. S. GLENCAIRN—Four of Eugene O'Neill's earlier sea tales in a sharply etched production by the Provincetown Players.

SILENCE—Starts in a death house, jumps back to the murder, evades the electric chair. H. B. Warner and a tense, if trivial, melodrama.

CONSCIENCE—A Western feature of a girl who went wrong while her husband was in jail; chiefly conspicuous for the performance of Lillian Foster.

WHAT PRICE GLORY?—The brilliance and...

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