The Theatre: Best Plays: Mar. 8, 1926

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


CYRANO DE BERGERAC - Walter Hampden again reviving Rostand's classic.

THE DYBBUK - Jewish legend and mysticism in the season's best production.

LULU BELLE - Lenore Ulric's savage performance as a Negress courtesan, making a not particularly important play into memorable entertainment.

THE JEST - Color and cruelty of Italian intrigue interpreted by Basil Sydney and Violet Heming.

THE GREEN HAT - Katharine Cornell...

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