Time Table: Jun. 2, 1930

Best Plays in Manhattan

HOTEL UNIVERSE—Sore-troubled expatriates on a terrace overlooking the Mediterranean.

IT'S A WISE CHILD—Has enjoyed a long run.

JUNE MOON—Lardner & Kaufman's viciously funny slants at songwriters.

STREET SCENE—Realistic drama before a brownstone fagade.

STRICTLY DISHONORABLE—Amorous anecdote in and above a speakeasy.

THE FIRST MRS. FRASER—Genteel English divorce comedy.

THE GREEN PASTURES—The Old Testament according to the Southern Negro.

THE LAST MILE—Grim depiction of the road to the electric chair.

THE VIKINGS—Blanche Yurka in an Ibsen revival.

TOPAZE—Dishonesty is the best policy in a hilarious French satire.

UNCLE VANYA—Chekhov handled...

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