Theatre: New Plays: Sep. 17, 1923

Connie Goes Home. Edward Childs Carpenter, notable in the past chiefly for The Cinderellla Man, has here concocted a floating-island comedy. It is very clean, very light, completely surrounded by custard seas of sentiment.

Connie is an unfortunate actress. She is 20 and out of a job. The burden of her years has never been so appalling as at the moment when she determines to return forever to an orphan-asylum home in Illinois only to discover that her funds are limited to a half-fare ticket. Accordingly she...

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