Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Mar. 14, 1932

Marching By musically relates how first the Austrians and then the Russians took and retook Lemberg in the stirring days of 1915. During one of these swaps a handsome young Austrian (Guy Robertson) is wounded and left behind. Iron enters poor disabled Mr. Robertson's soul when he notices the lecherous glances with which the base Russian colonel is denuding Actress Desiree Tabor, a soprano with whom Mr. Robertson is in love. She is an Austrian countess. Somewhere during this part of the proceedings a file of Muscovites tramp in, begin singing "Light up!...

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