The Theatre: Best Plays in Manhattan: Oct. 22, 1928


STRANGE INTERLUDE—Bleak and elaborate notes, by Eugene O'Neill and the Theatre Guild, on one woman's life (TIME, Feb. 13).

MACHINAL—Sophie Treadwells expert analysis of a woman who did murder for no profit (TIME, Sept. 17).

Also: Goin' Home, The War Song.


THE FRONT PAGE—"Goose him," "can." "fairy" and similar pressroom technicalities add to the speed of a dazzling play (TIME, June 4, Aug. 27).

NIGHT HOSTESS—A few more notes, sounded on gat and saxophone, on the theme of Broadway (TIME, Sept. 24).


THE HIGH ROAD—Edna Best, and...

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