These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important.
PORGYAll the grim and gaudy details of black tragedy, superbly directed, brilliantly played by a colored cast (TIME, Oct. 24).
COQUETTEHelen Hayes as a Southern girl whose father murders the man she really loves (TIME, Nov. 21).
STRANGE INTERLUDEEugene O'Neill's nine act play about a lady whose three lovers cannot make her happy (TIME, Feb. 13).
Other well-regarded serious plays: ESCAPE, Civic REPERTORY PRODUCTIONS, MARCO MILLIONS.
THE TRIAL OF MARY DUGANA chorus girl crosses her knees in a court...