Theatre: The Best Plays: Jun. 22, 1925

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


THE FALL GUY—Ernest Truex and an able assembly tell the amusing, occasionally pathetic story of the little man who trusted everybody.

Is ZAT So?—Slang and six-ounce gloves in a stately citadel of Fifth Avenue respectability.

THE FIREBRAND—Shows that the Middle Ages were young enough in their time.

LOVE FOR LOVE—A comedy of Congreve revived to let us laugh again at the polite and pointed peccadillos of old England at its merriest.


WHAT PRICE GLORY?—The front-line trenches and the men that...

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