Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Apr. 29, 1929

Before You're 25. "If a man isn't a socialist sometime before he's 25," says Playwright Kenyon Nicholson, "he has no heart. If he is a socialist after he's 25 he has no head." In this Nicholson play, Clement Corbin, son of a wealthy Chicagoan, has a heart, a radical magazine called The Torch, a baby born en route through Indiana, the baby's mother, no marriage certificate. He is a determined socialist. How his family and would-be wife combine to make him marry and drop The Torch for a furniture house-organ, is developed in...

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