These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important.
PorgyCharleston Negroes seen through a glass darkly but not faintly (TIME, Oct. 24).
COQUETTELight love affairs, for Helen Hayes, grow serious and presently become tragic (TIME, Nov. 21).
STRANGE INTERLUDEEugene O'Neill's history, in nine acts and five hours, of a lady for whom life has arranged defeat (TIME, Feb. 13).
Other well regarded serious plays: ESCAPE, CIVIC REPERTORY PRODUCTIONS, MARCO MILLIONS, MAYA.
THE SILENT HOUSEA thoroughly heathen Chinee up to his mysterious and blood-chilling tricks (TIME, Feb. 20).
THE TRIAL OF MARY DUGANA chorine commits murder and makes a killing (TIME, Oct. 3).