These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:
COBRAA play exposing in vivid spurts the chills and fever of sex life.
THE OUTSIDERLionel Atwill and Katherine Cornell vibrantly give a medical quack a dose of his own medicine.
SAINT JOANBernard Shaw valiantly assures the Maid of Orleans of her place in history.
THE MIRACLEProdigious medieval religious spectacle, rampant with mobs, deaths, coronations and other edifying sights.
HELL-BENT FER HEAVENA naturalistic study of Kentucky mountaineers in religious-complex throes. (Winner of the 1924 Pulitzer Prize.)...