These are the plays which in the light of metropolitan criticism seem most important:
THE LAUGHING LADYEthel Barrymore is back in the drawing room. As the somewhat declassé Lady Marjorie, she is epigrammatically but insistently prudish about her love affair with the brilliant, married lawyer who flayed her in the divorce court.
PEER GYNTIbsen's poetic phantasmagoria of self-sufficient compromise, with expressionist settings. Joseph Schildkraut is the braggart Peer, whose age and locality change with equal celerity.
ROMEO AND JULIETJane Cowl and Rollo Peters offer a vitalized Romeo and Juliet. The interpretation is not...