Theatre: Best Plays: Mar. 15, 1926

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


CRAIG'S WIFE—A native narrative of a woman who loved her home to death.

THE DYBBUK—Religious legend made the fabric of a strange and stirring love story.

THE JEST—Italian cruelty and color in a notably artistic revival.

THE WISDOM TOOTH—A clerk's anaemic character and how he strengthened it with a memory of his boyhood.

THE GREEN HAT—Michael Arlen's gilded defense of disrespectability made...

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