Time Table: Apr. 21, 1930

Best Plays in Manhattan

A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY—Turgenev in love, with Alia Nazimova.

IT'S A WISE CHILD—A new way to eliminate old fiances.

JOURNEY'S END—The fighting British.

JUNE MOON—Songwriters at home and abroad.

STREET SCENE—Ferment in a tenement.

STRICTLY DISHONORABLE—Sex shenanigans starting in a speakeasy.

SUBWAY EXPRESS—One subway car, two murders, numerous possibilities.

THE APPLE CART—Shaw-talk about the divine Tightness of Kings.

THE FIRST MRS. FRASER—Well-behaved marriage comedy by St. John Ervine.

THE GREEN PASTURES—Extremely moving and witty presentation of Negro Biblical beliefs.

THE LAST MILE—What happens to first degree...

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