These are the plays which in the light of metropolitan criticism seem most important.
LOYALTIESThe adventures of a rich and disagreeable Jew, persecuted by amiable clubmen, prove that conflicts in loyalties may bring disaster. The play is always interesting, if somewhat theatric.
THE SEVENTH HEAVEN Helen Menken begins as the timorous sister of an absinthe-soaked shrew, but at the end of the second act, her courage restored by love, she turns on the sister and lashes her with a black whip.
RAINA devastating attack on the missionary who uses the Bible as a club...