These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important.
PORGYExciting, sometimes unlovely inspection of chattering Negro life along the Charleston water front (TIME, Oct. 24).
COQUETTEHelen Hayes weeps the most truthful tears in town over a rough lover whom her father shot to death (TIME, Nov. 21).
STRANGE INTERLUDEThe Theatre Guild indulges itself with a nine-act introspection into the life of a neurotic woman (TIME, Feb. 13).
Other well regarded serious plays: ESCAPE, CAPONSACCHI, Civic REPERTORY PRODUCTIONS.
THE SILENT HOUSEThe horrible history of a big Chinese terror and...