Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Mar. 26, 1928

Veils. This is a play about twin sisters. One of them began her career in a convent and then, troubled and restless, sought the world. The other, a criminal woman, deserted the world after an erratic career and became entirely lulled by the soft silences of the nunnery. The play veered from beautiful and sensitive writing to a moral gibberish which can best be described as nunsense. The allegorical value of its eleven episodic scenes was of no great consequence. One or two of them, notably those which attempted to reproduce the atmosphere of...

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