Theatre: New Plays In Manhattan: Oct. 30, 1933

Ten Minute Alibi (by Anthony Armstrong; Crosby Gaige & Lee Shubert, producers). London has been excited about this play for the past ten months, and no wonder. Less ghoulish than Rope's End, as cleverly constructed as A. A. Milne's classic thriller The Perfect Alibi, Playwright Armstrong's piece leaps nimbly over all the stenciled pitfalls which ensnare such pedestrian efforts as Keeper of the Keys (see p. 30).

An unprincipled villain named Sevilla (Stiano Braggiotti) is about to lure away to Paris Betty Findon (Daphne Warren Wilson), an impressionable young woman who does...

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