The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Feb. 27, 1933

Alien Corn (By Sidney Howard; Katharine Cornell, producer). Once every year or so comes a fine play like this one to bring dignity and value to the U. S. Theatre. As a rule, Eugene O'Neill writes it. This time it is written by another excellent native stagecraftsman, Sidney Howard.

Conway College lies a few hours west of Chicago. It is a struggling little plantation of bay and laurel choking in the broad fields of alien corn. It was inherited by Harry Conway (James Rennie), and he and his wife (Lily Cahill) are rich...

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