Best Plays in Manhattan

A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY—Turgenev's delicate study of suburban lovelife.

FRITZ LEIBER—Sensible Shakespeare by Mr. Leiber and his Chicago repertory company.

IT'S A WISE CHILD—Family farce now being given in numerous places and tongues.

JOURNEY'S END—Vignette of battle.

JUNE MOON—Lardner-Kaufman dialog out of the mouths of songwriters.

STREET SCENE—Proletariat passion and mirth.

STRICTLY DISHONORABLE—Blithe and racy fairy tale.

SUBWAY EXPRESS—Murder in motion.

TOPAZE—Ludicrous Gallicisms with Frank Morgan.

THE APPLE CART—Bernard Shaw's latest treat for good listeners.

THE FIRST MRS. FRASER—St. John Ervine's comedy with polite sex psychology.

THE GREEN PASTURES—Negro religious experience...

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