The Theatre: The Best Plays: Aug. 25, 1924

These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism) seem most important !


COBRA—A very fine young man, like Adam, is vigorously deceived by a distant daughter of Eve. No child's play.

THE WONDERFUL VISIT—H. G. Wells and St. John Ervine wistfully intent on indicating that fallen Angels hit the Earth with a dull thud.


EXPRESSING WILLIE —A comedy deftly designed to illustrate the incompatibility of "temperament" and business life.

BEGGAR ON HORSEBACK —Roland Young divulged with searching satire the futility of the Bigger Business complex.

FATA MORGANA —Hungarian comedy in which...

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