The Theatre: Best Plays: Mar. 29, 1926

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


THE GREEN HAT—The silky philosophy of Michael Arlen made eminently credible by Katharine Cornell.

HEDDA GABLER—Special matinees of Emily Stevens and her able troupe of Ibsenites.

THE WISDOM TOOTH—The wistful fantasy of an unsuccessful man who succeeded in returning to his youth.

CRAIG'S WIFE—The sombre history of a hard-hearted housewife who found no place in her home for a husband.

THE JEST—The hot breath and cold laughter of...

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