Theatre: New Plays: May 10, 1926

At Mrs. Beam's. Manhattan beheld the unusual conflict of two plays by the same author opening on the same night last week. The playwright is C. K. Munro,* of England, and his second comedy was Beau-Strings, discussed below. At Mrs. Beam's was done by the Theatre Guild in their best manner, evoked delight from the critics and from those who pay to be amused.

It is a boardinghouse play with the usual wild collection of types that inhabit such a hostelry. Into its midst comes a tawdry and mysterious pair (male...

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