Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Jul. 29, 1929

Broadway Nights. The Brothers Shubert, playing an infallible system which calls for sprigs of vaudeville and bouquets of decoration, find it profitable to keep at least two musical shows going at once. No sooner had their Pleasure Bound closed than they prepared Broadway Nights to companion their A Night in Venice. If a blindfolded playgoer were ushered into one, then permitted to look, he might easily mistake it for the other.

In the first act of Broadway Nights a group of tinted chorines dance before a mammoth synthetic rosebush. In the second act the...

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