Theatre: Full-length Skinner

Edna His Wife (adapted by Cornelia Otis Skinner from the novel by Margaret Ayer Barnes; produced and acted by Miss Skinner). Given 30 seconds to change her costume, makeup and wig, Cornelia Otis Skinner can be all things to all men. In the past she has specialized in monologues and short solo-dramas (The Wives of Henry VIII; The Loves of Charles II). Now she appears in her first full-length play. As usual, she is singlehanded.

The heroine of Author Barnes's bestseller, which Miss Skinner tailored to fit herselves, is a girl who marries the...

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