The Theatre: The Best Plays: Dec. 7, 1925

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


THE GLASS SLIPPER—Molnar's story of a servant girl with an overpowering imagination, brilliantly played by June Walker.

CRAIG'S WIFE—A sharply drawn portrait of a woman who wanted security more than anything else in the world.

A MAN'S MAN—A bitter little story of little intellects and great ambitions under the Manhattan elevated.

IN A GARDEN—Laurette Taylor gives one of her memorable performances as a wife who would not be a puppet,

YOUNG WOODLEY — Adolescence and the dawn of sex are...

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