Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Feb. 6, 1928

The Queen's Husband. As diarist of an unidentified king, discovered last week acting oddly upon the stage of a Manhattan theatre, Robert Emmet Sherwood develops ramifications. He sets up a satire on royalty, gilds it with hot romance and stripes the second act with melodrama. One hears an undertone of Bolshevism and unmistakable echoes of the derision that dogged Queen Marie across our country. Mr. Sherwood dares destroy any trace of consistency by marrying off his Princess to her plumber's son at the end with...

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