Theatre: New Plays: May 3, 1926

Pomeroy's Past. Clare Kummer can balance the feather of wit on the foolish nose of her comedies just about as well as anybody in America. This latest of her all too infrequent writings is powdered with agreeable derision and encumbered with an incredibly heavy last act. If you examine it meticulously you will probably find that the other acts are not too effective. For the sake of the numerous excruciating lines you will waive this examination. Pomeroy's Past is an entertainment of major delight in the conversation....

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