The Theatre: New Plays: Apr. 19, 1926

Glory Hallelujah. Perhaps too much was expected of this strange tragedy. Word floated around that an extraordinary sensation was in store for the weary playgoers; wise folk behind the scenes averred that a great play had been written. The initial assembly expected to whoop with joy. Therefore when the play trailed away after a burning first act, they were desolate. Glory Hallelujah is a great deal better than most, but it commits the serious sin of going back on its promise.

An astronomer, so the authors narrate,...

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