Theatre: New Plays: Nov. 1, 1926

Criss Cross. Charles B. Dillingham's big dress-parade is possessed of every grace except humor. Lively dancers, good tunes, gorgeous costumes are presented in abundance. Criss Cross could find no ready market for its splendors, however, were it not for that priceless pair, Stone pere and Stone fille. Dad's acrobatic clowning discovers laughs that the lines themselves never even hinted at, while Daughter's unspoiled charm is one of Broadway's fresh delights. The dull book goes on at length concerning a simple maid who is about to be begged, borrowed, or stolen from her...

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