The Theatre: Best Plays: Jun. 11, 1923

These are the plays which in the light of metropolitan criticism seem most important:

THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL—The cast includes John Drew, Robert Mantell, Walter Hampden, Francis Wilson, Ethel Barrymore.

AREN'T WE ALL—Smart, sophisticated, sparkling English comedy, giving Cyril Maude every opportunity to score as a delightful old reprobate lord who sought his amourettes in the depths of the British Museum.

ROMEO AND JULIET—Last week of the longest Shakesperian run in American dramatic history, wherein Jane Cowl proves to everyone's satisfaction that you don't have to be over draft-age...

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