The Theatre: Best Plays: Jul. 5, 1926

These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important.

SERIOUS LULU BELLE—Lenore Ulric in an unrestrained tale of flaming youth in Manhattan's negro district.

THE GREAT GOD BROWN—Eugene O'Neill's searching and occasionally confusing study of brains on the auction block.

CRAIG'S WIFE—About a woman who wouldn't let her husband smoke a pipe in her parlor.

LESS SERIOUS AT MRS. BEAM'S—The Theatre Guild's English importation about a man who sliced up his wives with a sword.

THE LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEY— Ina Claire in a brisk and polished nothing...

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