The Theatre: The Best Plays: Mar. 3, 1923

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

LOYALTIES—The 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.

RAIN—A devastating attack on the missionary who uses the Bible as a club...

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