Theatre: The Best Plays: Jun. 29, 1925

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


Is ZAT So?—Pugilistic comedy that lands risible solar plexus with an awful wallop.

CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA — Shaw comedy wherein a flapper Cleopatra plays verbal hide-and-seek with a superannuated Caesar.

THE POOR NUT—Elliot Nugent in a college comedy which is funny in spite of the atmosphere of learning.

THE FALL GUY—Ernest Truex as the simple drug clerk plays the innocent bystander to a bootlegging plot.


THEY KNEW WHAT THEY WANTED — Sandinavian virginity,...

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