The Theatre: The Best Plays: Dec. 29, 1924

These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:


THEY KNEW WHAT THEY WANTED —The Italian grape-grower of California who summons by mail a wife to grace his rural opulence. But he had white hair, while his hired man was young and handsome. Pauline Lord obliges with the greatest performance of the season.

S. S. GLENCAIRN—The Eugene O'Neill cycle of one-act plays moved up from Greenwich Village. Powerful primitives of our first dramatist.

WHITE CARGO—Eight companies are explaining to the U. S. and England just what happens...

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