Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: May 9, 1932

Another Language (by Rose Frankerr Arthur J. Beckhard, producer) ably presents a frieze of commonplace figures, the Hallam family, against the background of New York's West Side. A shamming old mother has gained complete ascendancy over three of her four sons, the kind of men who never alight from a taxi without grumbling that they "might as well have bought the cab." But one son (Glenn Anders of Hotel Universe and Strange Interlude) is not quite so tractable. This reaction is due to the fact that he married a girl who dabbles...

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