These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important.
BRIDE OF THE LAMB — Alice Brady giving a burning interpretation of a relation between sex and religion in a shoddy but irresistibly exciting play.
YOUNG WOODLEY — English schoolboy life and the dawn of sex in a young man. Mainly Glenn Hunter.
CRAIG'S WIFE — The portrait of a lady who dusted her house so clean that her husband left it flat.
LULU BELLE — Lenore Ulric in a gutturally exciting portrait of a Negro courtesan who conquered Harlem and then Paris.
THE DYBRUK —...