The Theatre: In Manhattan

A quantity of new plays having been offered, mid-September found the following plays showing in Manhattan:

Abie's Irish Rose—The oldest.

The Adorable Liar—A romantic girl almost cries "Wolf!" once too often.

At Mrs. Beam's—Bluebeard in a boardinghouse.

The Blonde Sinner—Unflavored theatrical hash.

Cradle Snatchers—Raucous farce in which middle-aged matrons and college youths sojourn on Long Island.

The Donovan Affair—Jewels, murder, detectives, murder, mystery, murder.

The Ghost Train—Snorting mystery on funny lines.

Great God Brown—Eugene O'Neill's tragedy of genius, with masks.

Henry-Behave!—A mild farce about amnesia and an inhibited gentleman.

The Home Towners—A South Bend grumpy misunderstands New York honor...

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