Theatre: New Plays: Jan. 31, 1927

Sam Abramovitch is Anne Nichols' new production, with a cast of almost 100. It tells of a Russian Jew, whose ideal is uplift of humanity, whom poverty drives to amass a fortune in the U. S., who later loses both fortune and a beloved son, thereupon re-dedicates himself to his original, unmercenary ideal of uplifting humanity. Just how the elevation is to be accomplished is not divulged, but the End of Ends is when "all men love one another like brothers.

The ridiculousness of Abie's Irish Rose is forsaken for the sublimity of...

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