The Theatre: Best Plays: Mar. 22, 1926

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


THE DYBBUK-Religious mysticism clarified by a startlingly sharp and stimulating production.

THE GREEN HAT-Iris March and the rest of Arlen's pink and perfumed assembly have only about two weeks more to go.

THE WISDOM TOOTH-A shrewd and sensitive fantasy about a clerk who suddenly saw himself as a little boy.

THE JEST-Sem Benelli's cruel Italian portrait brought back with Basil Sydney in the lead.

CRAIG'S WIFE-A sharply etched outcry against women who do not allow their husbands to smoke...

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