The Theatre: New Plays: Jul. 6, 1925

George White's Scandals. Some like musical comedy hot, some like it bold, some like it well seasoned, so that they can understand the jokes. On the last score, no one can bicker with Mr. White. At least six of his japes must have been familiar to Grover Cleveland, but should that august and venerated gentleman return, for a few loose minutes, to visit the pit of a Manhattan theatre he would doubtless laugh roundly at them. For it is the peculiar genius of Mr. White to make an act out of an anecdote, to...

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