Theatre: New Plays: Oct. 5, 1925

Sunny. The much heralded and horribly expensive show to celebrate Marilyn Miller's return from classic comedy (Peter Pan) has finally appeared and made for itself a noble name. It is unquestionably the most lavish musical comedy ever assembled and seems to suffer only through an excess of talent. By the middle of the second act you actually become a little weary of seeing celebrities running on and off with brief lines and a song here and there. The show lacks unity and a focal interest. As a...

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