Theatre: New Plays: Mar. 7, 1927

Right You Are (If You Think You Are). Playwright Luigi Pirandello, like the Devil, seduces the idle. After years of temptation, the Theatre Guild succumbed last week to spending some unengaged time and talent on special matinees of a cerebral shadow dance wherein "the Italian Shakespeare" divides a flighty family against itself and lets in village gossips to decide who is crazy. There is no one crazy but someone's else thinking makes him so. The truth? What is truth? etc. etc. Two-thirds of it are lively entertainment, unless you think otherwise. Helen...

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