Time Table: Mar. 10, 1930


Best Plays in Manhattan

STREET SCENE—Tenement realism in its thirteenth month.

JOURNEY'S END—Englishmen, War.

IT'S A WISE CHILD—Homely highjinks.

Civic REPERTORY THEATRE—Notable plays with Eva Le Gallienne's troupe.

STRICTLY DISHONORABLE—The fun begins in a speakeasy, ends in a bedroom.

SUBWAY EXPRESS—Ingenious murder mystery.

JUNE MOON—Wisecrackerjack comedy by Lardner & Kaufman.

BERKELEY SQUARE—Leslie Howard and some glamorous hokum.

METEOR—Lunt, Fontanne, and the will-to-power.

THE FIRST MRS. FRASER—Teatime comedy by St. John Ervine.

AT THE BOTTOM—Excellent revival of Gorki's The Lower Depths.

TOPAZE — Ludicrous French success story.

THE LAST MILE—Seven men condemned to the electric chair.

MEI LAN-FANG—China's greatest mime....

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