These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important.
THE GREAT GOD BROWN—Eugene O'Neill's obscure but brilliantly engrossing investigation into the co-operation between a babbitt and a man with brains.
YOUNG WOODLEY—Glenn Hunter giving a masterly illustration of what happens when a schoolboy falls in love with an older woman.
LULU BELLE—A Negro courtesan's progress from Harlem to Paris. Principally Lenore Ulric.
CRAIG'S WIFE—The tale of a woman who worshiped her...