Theatre: New Plays: May 31, 1926

The Climax. Seventeen years ago this play was given to Manhattan and seemed to please. As resuscitated to amuse the captious and discerning playgoer of the present, it seems simply another revival. In this season, after about 30 of them, revivals have become a drug on the Manhattan market.

The girl from home who wants to be a singer in the city—this tale is often told. In this case the home-town doctor has hypnotized her into believing she cannot sing —after a throat operation. He of course...

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