Theatre: Best Plays in Manhattan: May 28, 1928

SERIOUS

COQUETTE—Helen Hayes plays and pays in Dixie (TIME, Nov. 21).

MARCO MILLIONS—Eugene O'Neill smiles and calls babbitts by bad names (TIME, Jan. 16).

STRANGE INTERLUDE—An ideal cast elucidates O'Neill's study of a forlorn lady's love-life (TIME, Feb. 13).

MELODRAMA

THE TRIAL OF MARY DUGAN—Mary had a little jam, but she was white as snow (TIME, Oct. 3).

THE SILENT HOUSE—A Chinaman takes his friends for a slay-ride in London (TIME, Feb. 20).

DIAMOND LIL—Mae West, with rings on her fingers and under her eyes (TIME, April 23).

FUNNY

BURLESQUE—Heartbreaks for Barbara Stanwyck and headaches for Hal Skelly in a comedy of stage folk (TIME, Sept. 12).

THE SHANNONS OF BROADWAY—Stage...

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