Best Plays in Manhattan
LYSISTRATA—Norman Bel Geddes' version of Aristophanes' sophisticated comedy (TIME, May 19).
MR. GILHOOLEY—Adequate drama of life in Dublin, with Arthur Sinclair and Helen Hayes (TIME, Oct. 13).
ONCE IN A LIFETIME—The foibles of Hollywood, shamelessly exposed by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart (TIME, Oct. 6).
SYMPHONY IN TWO FLATS—Drama and farce, carefully separated and enacted by the tenants of two London apartments.
THAT'S GRATITUDE—Frank Craven as a smalltime theatrical entrepreneur, in a play of his own making (TIME, Sept. 22).
THE GREEN PASTURES—A beautifully mounted Negro miracle...