The Theatre: The Best Plays: Nov. 10, 1924

The Best Plays

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


WHAT PRICE GLORY?—Two marines fighting over a French girl for two acts, and against Germany for one. Permitting you to peer into the bottom of the cup and see the dregs of war.

WHITE CARGO—Though a white man's skin stays white, his soul stains brown with native association through a long exile in Africa.

RAIN—In which the clergyman and the courtesan change places in the dripping forests of a South Sea Island. Approaching its third year.

CONSCIENCE—Lillian Foster luridly accurate in...

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