These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:
THE GLASS SLIPPERMolnar's story of a servant girl with an overpowering imagination, brilliantly played by June Walker.
CRAIG'S WIFEA sharply drawn portrait of a woman who wanted security more than anything else in the world.
A MAN'S MANA bitter little story of little intellects and great ambitions under the Manhattan elevated.
IN A GARDENLaurette 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...