Best Plays in Manhattan: Sep. 8, 1930

These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important.

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DANCING PARTNER—David Belasco's comedy of Eros. There is a seduction scene in an airplane high above San Sebastian (TIME, Aug. 18).

LOST SHEEP—The complications which follow a minister's renting a house of ill repute (TIME, May 19).

LYSISTRATA—Purporting to demonstrate how women can end war; from the Greek of Aristophanes (TIME, May 19).

STRICTLY DISHONORABLE — Naughty (TIME, Sept. 30).

THE GREEN PASTURES—Before and after Moses was a little child. The best show in town (TIME, March 10).

THE LAST MILE—How it feels to anticipate electrocution (TIME, Feb. 24).

THE FIRST MRS. FRASER—Very...

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