The Theatre: The Best Plays: Oct. 8, 1923

These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:


CHILDREN OF THE MOON—Showing that the amatory influences of moonlight are not the only unbalancing effect its beams may have on the human mind.

RAIN—With the help of Jeanne Eagels and a few marines this study of sex in the South Seas has become "the most successful play in America."

SEVENTH HEAVEN—Gutters and garrets of War-time France. Helen Menken mounts from one to the other with good effect.

SUN Up—An intense study of the primitive....

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