Theater: New Plays in Manhattan: Nov. 25, 1929

Thunder in the Air. The ghost of a British soldier returns after ten years to twist the hearts of his parents and one-time fiancee. This spectral drama by Robins Millar, Glasgow journalist, may interest adherents of spiritualism; earthier critics may yawn.

Heads Up! Routine musicomedy, nautical, garnished with splendid new numbers by Lorenz (words) Hart and Richard (tunes) Rodgers ("Why do You Suppose?" "It Must Be Heaven," "A Ship Without a Sail") dervish whirls by shapely Barbara Newberry, croaking comedy by Victor Moore who thinks a mutiny...

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