These are the plays which in the light of metropolitan criticism seem most important:
PEER GYNTIbsen's poetic phantasmagoria of self-sufficient compromise, with expressionist settings. Joseph Schildkraut is the braggart Peer, whose age and locality change with equal celerity.
ROMEO AND JULIETJane Cowl and Rollo Peters offer a vitalized Romeo and Juliet. The interpretation is not notable for subtlety or profundity. Careless enthusiasm is its chief charm.
Moscow ART THEATRE.It is a very trifling barrier that the Moscow players use their native tongue. The reality and expressiveness of the performance make broader meanings as...