Theatre: Best Plays: Jul. 19, 1926

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


LULU BELLE—Lenore Ulric in a story of a bad little colored wench. Sometimes shocking, often shoddy, always interesting. CRAIG'S WIFE—In which a husband very sensibly decides that if he cannot smoke in the parlor he will find a home elsewhere. THE GREAT GOD BROWN—Eugene O'Neill's agonized fancy about the purchase and sale of a man's soul.


WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS— Helen Hayes proffering a most engaging interpretation of Barrie's Maggie Shand. AT MRS. BEAM'S—Strange...

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