Theatre: Best Plays in Manhattan: May 14, 1928


COQUETTE—Tears and troubles for Helen Hayes, playing the part of a pretty little girl in a down-South town (TIME, Nov. 21).

MARCO MILLIONS—An elaborately fantastic satire on the mercenary career of Marco Polo (TIME, Jan. 16).

STRANGE INTERLUDE—The suggestion that a censor visit this nine-act drama was, according to report, not carried out because the official was unable to purchase seats less than a month in advance. The play is by Eugene O'Neill and it illuminates a lady's dissatisfaction with life (TIME, Feb. 13).


THE TRIAL OF MARY DUGAN—Ann Harding answers embarrassing queries...

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