The Theatre: Apathy

A Sorry Season—High Rents— Tawdriness The blare of trumpets with which the new theatrical season opened six weeks ago still echoes about the country, but the echoes along Broadway are ominously hollow. The season so far is a failure.

The two productions that have been pronounced permanent by the standards of public avidity for admission are both musical, Poppy and Artists and Models. The former is popular because it is highly diverting; the latter because it contains the most lavish display of feminine anatomy the American stage has ever known.

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