Theatre: New Plays: Sep. 24, 1923


The Crooked Square. Herein we find the inaugural attempt of the dramatic year to prove that a young and comely maiden from the country stands no chance on Broadway. At least for two acts such is the burden of the action. Finally the maiden accomplishes the obvious, tricks a gang of society crooks, emerges triumphant on the arm of the affable young hero. Edna Hibbard is the girl; Kenneth McKenna the boy. Both are normally attractive.

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