Theatre: Revival: Apr. 25, 1932

The Truth About Blayds (by A. A. Milne; Guthrie McClintic, producer). A revival of The Truth About Blayds after ten years is depressing. It reveals all the promise that Playwright Milne once showed. In 1921-22 three Milne plays were produced in the U. S.: Blayds, The Great Broxopp and delightful Dover Road. The first and last were thought of as works of considerable merit. They had principle, and although neither was written with incontestable consistency, each was written with undeniable brightness and charm. There is still lots of charm in Blayds, the tale of...

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