The Theatre: New Plays: Sep. 14, 1925

The Fall of Eve. Another heavily heralded comedy stumbled in the first act and was stimulated to complete the evening with fair effect only by the unique and astonishing talent of Ruth Gordon.

Some people think that Miss Gordon is unattractive, that her impenetrable bewilderment is monotonous, that her attitudes and gestures are sparse and plainly scheduled. Others, meaning almost everybody, maintain that her personality and her ability are among the few utterly original items in the annual theatrical exhibition, in case you do not recall the name and wish to decide...

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