New Play in Manhattan: Mar. 2, 1936


End of Summer (by Samuel Nathaniel Behrman; Theatre Guild, producer). Like George Bernard Shaw, another regular contributor of wit & wisdom to the Theatre Guild, Playwright Behrman is no longer called upon to concoct a full-fledged drama every time he has assembled enough conversation for a three-act play. Therefore an informed playgoer seldom expects to find great vital issues being wrestled around a Behrman drawing room. What he does expect is a series of sage, civilized and exhaustive discussions on Problems of the Day. This he gets in full measure in...

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