Theatre: Best Plays in Manhattan: Jun. 4, 1928

SERIOUS COQUETTE—About a girl who loves a shiftless lad and kills herself after her father kills him (TIME, Nov. 21). STRANGE INTERLUDE—Acting by Lynn Fontanne, Helen Westley, Earle Larimore, Glenn Anders, Tom Powers. Production by the Theatre Guild. Nine acts complete with asides and soliloquies by Eugene O'Neill (TIME, Feb. 13). MELODRAMA THE TRIAL OF MARY DUGAN—Court procedure centres around a chorus girl who seems to have murdered a very dear gentleman friend (TIME, Oct. 3). THE SILENT HOUSE—A Chinaman sharpens his chopsticks (TIME, Feb. 20)....

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