These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important.
CRAIG'S WIFE — A sharply etched portrait of a woman whose house became a shrine and not a home.
THE DYBBUK — Jewish legend and mysticism in a brilliantly executed production at the tiny Neighborhood Playhouse.
BRIDE OF THE LAMB — Alice Brady in a stirring, shocking play about the mixture of religion and sex.
YOUNG WOODLEY — Glenn Hunter and an adept troupe discussing an English schoolboy's earliest love affair.