The Theatre: The Best Plays: May 11, 1925

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


THE DOVE—Holbrook Blinn and Judith Anderson engaged in a hot controversy over virtue in the Mexican border dance halls.

WHAT PRICE GLORY?-The picture of two U. S. marines at their trade—mud on the outside and alcohol within.

THEY KNEW WHAT THEY WANTED—A sister of the city who married by mail an aged grape grower of California. Called the best American play of the year by the Pulitzer Prize Committee.

DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS—Bitter pages of history from a lonely...

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