Theatre: The Best Plays: Feb. 2, 1925

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


WHAT PRICE GLORY?—Mainly a memory of mud, cognac and a French girl, which were the be-all to so many of the U. S. marines. The great U. S. War play,

WHITE CARGO—A morbid fable of the mixture of the races which occurs when white men are left too long alone in the waste places of the earth. The mixture is with the black; the place Africa.

SILENCE—Severely exciting crook play of the formula variety, assisted by a handy flash...

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