These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important.
CRAIG'S WIFE — The tale of a woman who cleaned house so recklessly that her husband went out with the dust.
THE GREAT GOD BROWN—Eugene O'Neill unwinding the devious fabric of two men's minds—two enemies who traded the spirit for cash down.
LULU BELLE—Lenore Ulric in a formidably frank discussion of commercial immorality in a Negro night club.
BRIDE OF THE LAMB — Wherein religion and sex tangle themselves...