The Theatre: Best Plays: Apr. 19, 1926

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


THE DYBBUK — A matchless production of a Jewish legend mystically combining love and religion.

YOUNG WOODLEY — Glenn Hunter displaying the acute agonies of a schoolboy who has fallen in love with his algebra master's lovely wife.

CRAIG'S WIFE — The portrait of a lady who so worshiped her home that everything in it was a museum piece except her husband.

LULU BELLE — An exciting blast of trash about a Negro singer who graduated to a luxurious Paris...

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