Theatre: New Play in Manhattan: Apr. 15, 1935

The Dominant Sex (by Michael Egan; Busbar & Tuerk, producers). In his lonely vigils as a seagoing radio operator, Playwright Egan has had ample opportunity to meditate the multiplicity of woman's wiles. Result is that he has practically cataloged in his first play the whole bag of tricks by which a woman gets her way. In fact, he has displayed them so conclusively that his audience is likely to feel that in awarding the final victory to his hero instead of to his heroine, Playwright Egan has turned in an extremely raw...

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