The Theatre: Best Plays: May 17, 1926

These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important.


YOUNG WOODLEY — An English schoolboy's introduction to the serpent sex. Including Glenn Hunter.

LULU BELLE — Lenore Ulric giving a sharply explicit interpretation of a Negro courtesan.

BRIDE OF THE LAMB — The story of a woman whose religion sprang from her love of a revival preacher. Alice Brady.

THE DYBBUK — Jewish mysticism and strange romance in masterly production by the Neighborhood Playhouse.

CRAIG'S WIFE — Dainty Mrs. Craig cleaned and garnished her house so sedulously that she...

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