The Theatre: The Best Plays: Jan. 25, 1926

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

SERIOUS HAMLET, in modern dressy should not.


THE LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEYd three young men which is listed as the most successful play of the season.


Lyrics, legs and laughter are best displayed in Tip-Toes, Artists and Models, The Student Prince, The Cocoanuts, Princess Flavia, The Vagabond King, Sunny, No, No, Nanette.


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