Theatre: New Play in Manhattan: Jun. 13, 1932

Bridal Wise (by Albert Hackett & Frances Goodrich; Sigourney Thayer, producer). Playwrights Hackett & Goodrich wrote an eminently satisfactory comedy two seasons ago called Up Pops the Devil. Their present piece, staged by that wise theatrician Frank Craven, again reveals the team's genuine gift for comedy.

Ably performed by James Rennie and Madge Kennedy, Bridal Wise concerns itself with the tale of a horsey husband and his non-horsey wife whose marriage runs on the rocks because of their antipodal interests. After the divorce, Alan Burroughs marries a sort of female centaur....

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