These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:
COBRA−The fireworks of sex touched off somewhat luridly but albeit effectively.
THE WONDERFUL VISIT−Another revival of the Wells-Ervine fantasy of an angel rushing in where fools tread.
THE SHOW-OFF−One of the best comedies of this or any other season−a life-size pastel portrait of a gabby American at full blast.
FATA MORGANA−Saucy Hungarian comedy, depicting the effects of the heat of the grand passion, for one night, on the half-baked young mind.
EXPRESSING WILLIE−Delightfully satiric jabs at the urge to parade one's ego under the banner of Self-Expression.
FASHION, OR LIFE IN NEW YORK−The...