These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important.
THE GREAT GOD BROWNA deep and sometimes confused conflict of stupid jealousy and brilliant weakness.
CRAIG'S WIFEIn which a woman is so careful about her housework that her husband gives notice.
LULU BELLELenore Ulric in a rowdy portrait of immoralities among New York's negro night life.
CRADLE SNATCHERSThree young men hire out as gigolos for a middle-aged Long Island weekend.
AT MRS. BEAM'SAn English Boarding house is very naturally disturbed by the advent of a man who has murdered two score wives.