Time Table: Nov. 17, 1930

Best Plays in Manhattan

LYSISTRATA—Aristophanes' simple and sexual remedy for war.

ONCE IN A LIFETIME—The Theatre's revenge on the Cinema.

ON THE SPOT—Edgar Wallace looks on Chicago with his tongue in his cheek.

PAGAN LADY—Lenore Ulric exercises her charms on a visiting divine.

ROAR CHINA!—Spectacular Soviet drama. There is a very impressive battleship floating on the stage.

THAT'S GRATITUDE—Frank Craven overstays his welcome at a friend's house by several weeks.

THE GREEN PASTURES—There is no other play like this one.

TORCH SONG—Emotions in the Midwest.

UP POPS THE DEVIL—Very funny light comedy about some young folk in Greenwich Village.

Musical—FINE & DANDY (Joe...

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