The Theatre: The Best Plays: Nov. 9, 1925

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


OUTSIDE LOOKING IN—The story of tramps, many men and one woman, and how the men fought for her and arranged her escape from justice.

WHITE CARGO—Highly thermal happenings in Africa when a white man wilts, morally, in the lonely heat and goes native. THE GREEN HAT—Michael Arlen's ingenious artificialities recaptured in a play chiefly important for the performance of Katharine Cornell.

THEY KNEW WHAT THEY WANTED—Pauline Lord still showing how a waitress may marry an old farmer from loneliness and...

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