The Theater: New Plays: Apr. 12, 1926

The Half Caste is one of those seethingly tropical things which sound suspiciously as if the author had never been nearer Pago-Pago than a ukelele store. It tells of a fine young U.S. yachtsman who falls in love with one of the island damsels. Later she turns out to be his half sister. A dancer* named Veronica has the leading role.

Kongo is also tropical, and it too seethes. It is surrounded and all but smothered in a wealth of Africal detail from tom-toms to a...

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