The Theatre: The Theatre: Aug. 3, 1925

A New Play

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the season brought to Manhattan one more little wanderer who should never have been allowed out of manuscript. Probably you cannot keep people from writing these things. About three times a year one of the writers has enough money to put his platitudes into the mouths of actors. Often the audience laughs at the wrong time.

These actors were generally incompetent and their story about the same. It was about a doctor whose wife deserts him because he does not love her. Four years later...

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