Theatre Notes, Jul. 4, 1927

No new plays opened in Manhattan last week. This is the dull season, when actors appear in Chautauqua, visit friends at the seashore, toil in stock companies, or sail for Europe. But the week was not without theatrical news of interest:

Gold Plaques. Dramatic Critic Frank Vreeland of the New York Telegram, onetime (1924) dramatic critic of TIME the weekly newsmagazine, ascended the stage of the Guild Theatre after the first act of the Monday performance of The Second Man, made a speech, presented two prizes. They were gold plaques awarded by the Morning...

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