The Theatre: New Plays: Oct. 6, 1924

Ernst Vajda has contributed two additional entertainments for our artistic edification—Grounds for Divorce and The Little Angel. Appearing in one and the same week, they illustrated a pretty little pamphlet that might be drawn up on theatrical production. For the plan of Grounds for Divorce is thin, almost out at the elbows, while the Little Angel is nourished with sustaining spice of satire. But Grounds for Divorce has Ina Claire and it is Ina Claire that makes it the pick of the Vajda basket.

After the opening performance, Miss Claire was rather precipitously...

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