The Theatre: The Theatre: Jul. 21, 1924

The Best Plays

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


COBRA—A thumping play causing the staring eye and the flushed brow, stirring up considerable expert excitement over the discovery that Eve is still the temptress.


BEGGAR ON HORSEBACK—Vastly beguiling bit of foolery, proving that the paper-cutter is mightier than the sword when it comes to unhorsing the tiresome businessman.

EXPRESSING WILLIE —Delightfully satiric jabs at the man who acquires a fortune and then spreads himself on acquiring a soul.

FATA MORGANA&#!51;One naughty night done to a...

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