The Theatre: The Best Plays: Sep. 14, 1925

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

Drama

THEY KNEW WHAT THEY WANTED—Pauline Lord back in the cast giving the best performance of the past season in what was nominated by the Pulitzer Prize committee as the best play.

WHITE CARGO—Africa and high temperatures, which soften up a white man's morals and his selective tastes in women.

THE DOVE—An artificially colored melodrama of a Mexican dance hall, with fairly high excitement.

DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS—Eugene O'Neill's solemn history of a New England farm and the young wife...

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