The Theatre: First Nights

ANYTHING MIGHT HAPPEN—Edgar Selwyn has written a comedy of mannerly intoxication. Anything might happen, but what actually does is rather amusing than important. Two of Manhattan's most impeccable recently-jilted (Roland Young and Leslie Howard) become inextricably involved with each other's fiancees until the last act, when an extensive readjustment takes place.

Most of the hilarity centers about a quart bottle of champagne, on which one of the young blades (Mr. Young and one of the ex-fiancées (Estelle Winwood) get unwarrantably but agreeably mellow. Other indignities offered the recent amendment are highballs in the...

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