The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Nov. 18, 1929

Berkeley Square is a dignified and cerebral romance based on the Bergsonian-Einsteinian notion of Time, which hints that past, present and future are illusory, that the impression of fleeting moments, hours and years is not to be trusted. Suggested by Henry James's Sense of the Past, written by John L. Balderston, London correspondent of the New York World, it comes, like so many plays this season, from London. The story is of Peter Standish, young U. S. citizen living in his ancestral London townhouse, who...

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