The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Dec. 17, 1934

So Many Paths (by Irving Kaye Davis; Cohn & Scanlon, producers). This year Playwright Davis* has interested himself in the artistic set. Few weeks ago, in a play called All Rights Reserved (TIME, Nov. 19), he pondered the problem of a sober essayist who goes berserk when a book by his wife leads him to believe that she ha's grown promiscuous. So Many Paths concerns an ambitious singer named Clara Kenny (Norma Terns of Mow Boat) An unsuccessful audition drives Clara to such desperation that she flings herself into...

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