The Theatre: New Plays: Feb. 23, 1925

The Dark Angel. Michael Aden's first play sustains that singular Armenian's record for tart diversion. For The Dark Angel was obviously written by Michael Arlen, despite the credit of the playbill to H. B. Trevelyan. The technic may be Guy Bolton's (who wove the structure, we are told) but lines such as "She always liked small hats," no one would write but Author Arlen.

The hero and the heroine are in bed when the curtain rises. It is War time; his leave has been curtailed. There is no time for marriage. Not many...

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