These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:
COBRA—Sloughing off the scales of sex, with very little hint of reptilian slime.
HER WAY OUT—A fairly absorbing picture of the seamy lining to the royal purple of Washington politics, with a touch of bawdy house atmosphere that does not offend the eyes with its red light.
THE WONDERFUL VISIT—Wells' and Ervine's stimulating play, wherein an angel holds the mirror up to human nature—and finds it cracked.
EXPRESSING WILLIE—A deft satire of...