The Theatre: The Best Plays: Feb. 25, 1924

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


TARNISH—The philosophies of sacred and profane love and their application to the modern youth.

SAINT JOAN—Bernard Shaw and the Theatre Guild happily occupied with history.

THE LADY—A cheerfully oldfashioned melodrama that stirs you in spite of yourself.

THE MIRACLE—Magnificent medievalism in the most elaborate spectacle ever brought to the legitimate stage.

OUTWARD BOUND—A voyage across the strange waters of death; most original idea, one of the best plays, transformed by a flawless cast into...

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