These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important.
THE LETTER—Katharine Cornell shoots a lover and tells why.
ESCAPE—The world scatters crumbs for an escaping jailbird.
CIVIC REPERTORY THEATRE—Eva Le Gallienne's troupe in a shifting bill of sound plays, soundly played.
AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE—Walter Hampden keeping green the memory of Ibsen.
PORGY—A crippled Negro's love along the docks of Charleston.
MELODRAMA THE TRIAL OF MARY DUGAN—A court room in which the world may sit in judgment on beauty and the beast.
INTERFERENCE—In which a...