The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Nov. 21, 1927

The Fanatics are moved to voluble (though sometimes static) excitement, by the inadequacies of marriage. In their effort to derive a suitable substitute, three acts of energetic controversy are consumed. Then, with the intention of giving trial marriage a totally unnecessary trial, the stage lovers, who 20 years ago would have taken their bows to the accompaniment of a wedding march, prepare to practice in Rome what they have preached in London. The arch-fanatic is Richard Bird, three years ago imported from England to play The Babe in Havoc. Later he supplied...

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