Theatre: New Plays: Nov. 22, 1926

Head Or Tail is a subjective play from the Hungarian of Laszlo Lakatos, presenting the perturbed mental state of a jealous husband. The hazard of guessing whether one's wife is faithful or perfidious suggests the title, suggests also Act II in which agitate Andor Tamas (Philip Merivale) imagines that phases of his own marital relations are revealed in sundry characters of a popular-priced brothel. None other than Estelle Winwood plays his uncertain spouse. She also plays the Hungarian Rhapsody on a player-piano that in one performance, at least, failed to synchronize with...

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