Theatre: Best Plays in Manhattan: Nov. 28, 1927

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

SERIOUS

AN ENEMY OP THE PEOPLE—Walter Hampden studiously revives Henrik Ibsen.

PORGY—The bitter adventures of a cripple in Charleston's Negro quarter.

Civic REPERTORY THEATRE—Eva Le Gallienne gives valuable dramas at $1.65.

THE LETTER—Katharine Cornell devotes more than enough talent to explain the motives of a murderess.

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM—Reviewed in this issue.

COQUETTE—In which love and death shatter the fancies of a fickle woman. Helen Hayes is invaluable.

SPELLBOUND—Reviewed in this issue.

MELODRAMA

THE TRIAL OF MARY DUGAN—Why girls go...

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