Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Sep. 11, 1933

Come Easy (by Felicia Metcalfe, produced by Elizabeth Miele). The carefree spontaneity of this home-folks comedy, pat for stock company production, had to overcome Manhattan audiences' familiarity with too many identical predecessors. Situation: a slovenly Baltimore family with one respectable relative are happily starving and avoiding the eye of Work. Plot: a daughter gets an Italian count and the uncle gets $25,000 in the stockmarket. Then they lose the $25,000 in the stockmarket and the count is suspected of being a fake, writing a bad check, stealing the engagement pin he has...

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