Theatre: New Plays: May 24, 1926

The Garrick Gaieties. Manhattan's drowsy acceptance of May inactivity in the theatre was disturbed last week when the young persons of the Theatre Guild revealed their second annual spatter of satire called the Garrick Gaieties. Their activities were as ingratiating as ever, but perhaps not so brilliantly supplied with material as last year.

There were those who said that they were too ingratiating. There was perhaps a feeling that the players were too flagrantly depending on their unquestionably charming precocity. It is dangerous to shatter too indiscriminately the precept that children, no matter...

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