Theater: New Plays in Manhattan: Oct. 1, 1928

Cross My Heart is an unpretentious little musicale. Its attractive qualities are summed up in the word cunning. Songs are not important in its story of a charming girl called Sally Blake (Mary Lawlor) pursued by the Maharajah of Mah-ha and in love with a rich boy masquerading as an orchestra leader.

This Thing Called Love. The author, Edwin Burke, believes that love "is the monkey wrench which life has thrown into the machinery of marriage." Perhaps, in the beginning, he wanted to deal with the thing seriously. But, with his gate in mind,...

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