Theater: New Plays in Manhattan: Sep. 19, 1927

Women Go on Forever. Since melodrama is what the public wants, Playwright Daniel N. Rub-in— will give it to them. He lops off a side of Mrs. Daisy Bowman's (Mary Boland) boarding house, where rents are low and hard to collect, to reveal a perfect spawn of loves and murders. Three rooms give on the sitting-room of this squalid pension, each of which by itself is a cell of drama. Many more embryo plots sneak in through the front door, the back door, down the stairway, or...

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