The Theatre: The Best Plays: Jan. 4, 1926

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


IN A GARDEN—Laurette Taylor and an exceptionally adept troupe telling about a woman who had everything in the world done for her.

HAMLET, in modern clothes—A courageous, clarified and extraordinarily well acted experiment on William Shakespeare.

THE VORTEX—England's sons and daughters gone a little stale in the ceaseless search for idle pleasure.

CRAIG'S WIFE—The portrait of a lady to whom a home meant more...

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