These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important.
COQUETTEHelen Hayes breaking her heart for the lover they won't let her marry (TIME, Nov. 21).
MARCO MILLIONSEugene O'Neill, hitting modern babbittry with a fantastic Marco Polo mallet (TIME, Jan. 16).
STRANGE INTERLUDEThe Theatre Guild unfolding the long and astonishing scroll upon which Eugene O'Neill has traced the bitterness of a disappointed woman (TIME, Feb. 13).
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THE TRIAL OF MARY DUGANA chorus girl jumps out of the frying pan into the witness chair (TIME, Oct. 3).
DRACULABram Stoker's choker, dealing with a werewolf in...