The Theatre: The Best Plays: Sep. 17, 1923

The Best Plays These are the best plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:


RAIN—A play focusing its spotlight on the divergent evils of sex repression and sex delinquency. The locale is in the South Seas; the star, Jeanne Eagels. CHILDREN OF THE MOON—An eerie drama of the singular type ot insanity, moon madness. Also a philippic against the over-possessive mother. Brilliant performances by Henrietta Crosman, Beatrice Terry, Florence Johns. SUN UP—Wherein a pipe-smoking virago of the Carolina mountains perceives that patriotism and motherhood overshadow feud hatred. SEVENTH...

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