Theater: New Plays in Manhattan: Nov. 5, 1928

Girl Trouble concerns a shy youth who loves one girl, is pursued by another, loved by a third, and tormented by his relatives. With a disturbing lack of comic inspiration, the play proceeds until the right girl wins.

The Grey Fox, billboards announced, was Niccolo Machiavelli, but audiences found to their disappointment that this Machiavelli, played by Henry Hull, written by one Lemist Esler (Yale Drama School product), and directed by William A. Brady Jr., was not, as history has imagined him, a murderous medieval wardheeler but...

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