The Theater: New Plays: Nov. 3, 1924

Ashes. Florence Reed is in tears again. Since she can go down to the centre of the stage and have a good cry better than almost any actress we have, the exhibition is bound to manifest some merit. Miss Reed's tears are shed principally over her baby. This year it is a perfectly legitimate baby, somewhat contrary to the custom of her recent plays. It dies just as she is about to go on to play the big scene in Antony and Cleopatra. . She screams she can't go on, and then does. In...

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