Theatre: Best Plays in Manhattan, Feb. 22, 1937

King Richard II — Unfamiliar Shakespeare set on fire by Maurice Evans.

The Masque of Kings — Why Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria-Hungary shot himself and his mistress, powerfully and credibly explained by Maxwell Anderson.

The Show Is On — The season's top in musicals, with Beatrice Lillie and Bert Lahr in peak form.

The Women — Clare Boothe's clinical study of the man-conscious sex.

Tonight at 8:30 — Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence in a shimmering repertory of short plays.

You Can't Take It With You — A magnificently funny Hart-Kaufman family playing with...

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