The Theatre: The Best Plays: Nov. 30, 1925

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


A MAN'S MAN—A little sin, a good deal of sorrow and a ray of sunlight under the Manhattan Elevated.

THE VORTEX—English wealth and English weaklings caricatured and pitied by and with Noel Coward.

YOUNG WOODLEY—A young man's first fierce love affair told in plaintive notes by Glenn Hunter as a British schoolboy.

THE GREEN HAT — Katharine Cornell giving an immensely moving performance in Michael Arlen's most widely advertised...

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