Theatre: New Plays: Sep. 28, 1925

The Vortex—In a conspicuously eventful week this play from England was easily the sovereign event. As a corollary of this, Noel Coward, playwright and actor, is the week's first personality. Mr. Coward is only 25. He will have, before the season shuts up for the summer, five produced plays in town—Still Life (called Hay Fever in London), Easy Virtue, Fallen Angels, The Vortex and most of Chariot's Revue. In the latter will be sung his famous lyric, "We Must All Be Very Kind to Aunty...

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