Theatre: New Plays: Apr. 18, 1927

Rapid Transit. From Lajos N. Egri, Hungarian, ten years resident in the U. S., Horace Liveright bought a play. Since many a Hungarian writes at least one play, this is not remarkable. Since the Provincetown Playhouse, where Rapid Transit is presented, is a tiny place, it is remarkable that the production actually came off. For it employs a cast of almost 70 persons, all racing about in the throes of excitement and confusion incidental to this iron age. The furor is the result of bungling man's efforts...

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