Theatre: New Season

Broadway theatrical folk were busy as bees last week. In 17 playhouses rehearsals were in progress. Five new productions were somewhere on the road bound for Manhattan. Managers were picking casts for 27 others. And in New York opened—and closed—the new season's first play:

Domino. Producer William Augustin Brady got his season-opener from his wife Grace George, who adapted it from the French of Marcel Achard. A faithful wife (Jessie Royce Landis), disturbed by her husband's jealousy of her onetime lover (Geoffrey Kerr), hires a...

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