The Best Plays
These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:
DESIRE UNDER THE ELMSEugene O'Neill bites below the thick skin of New England farmer loneliness. Infidelity in the foothills.
THE WILD DUCKIbsen's horrible jest at all his own life stood for. Wherein a young idealist scatters several lives upon the desert of despondency.
THE DOVEA tailor-made melodrama of the Mexican dancehall, happy-ending type, in which Judith Anderson and Holbrook Blinn do some stylish acting.
THEY KNEW WHAT THEY WANTEDPauline Lord presents the best performance of the season as...