The Best Plays
These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:
"LAUGH, CLOWN, LAUGH !"Lionel Barrymore in a shiny new version (Belasco) of the clown yarnhe who could smile for everyone but himself.
THE LADYThe rumble of melodrama returning like a pleasant echo from the hills of 20 years ago.
IN THE NEXT ROOMHushed melodrama of the who-killed-him school of mysteries.
SAINT JOANThe Theatre Guild reaping further distinction with Bernard Shaw's tonic chronicle of the deadliest female.
ROSEANNEThe bitterness of Southern Negro life told in a play with...