The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Nov. 4, 1929

The Silver Tassie. The Irish Theatre, [nc., whose roster includes Scans, Culinans, MacGuffins, Ennises, Miceals, Patricks, Liams and Unas, whose sponsors include Llewellyn Powys, Donn Byrne's widow and Otto Hermann Kahn, have taken over the tiny but gallant Greenwich Village Theatre where for their first production of the season they present a haunting, chaotic play by famed Sean 0'Casey of Dublin, author of Juno and the Paycock (TIME, March 29, 1926). Through its symbolism and its brogue you discern the simple story of an Irish footballer who went to war and returned paralyzed...

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