Theatre-goers will find the following selection worthy of first consideration:
An American TragedyDreiser's novel cut to the bone and strung up for the stage.
Beyond The HorizonO'Neill's tragedy of two brothers, one of them given to dreams.
BroadwayExciting peep backstage at vaudevillians and villains.
CaponsacchiA clearly defined conflict between virtue and vice; the plot sketched from Browning's "The Ring and The Book" ; happily employing much of the poet's dialogue.
The CaptiveA tragedy of erotic perversion, objectively noted, expertly produced.
Civic RepertoryGreat plays at popular prices ($1.50 top). Eva Le Gallienne.