Religion: In His Steps

Churchmen who distrust Broadway and deplore the crassness of the U. S. theatre have never found anything to complain about in Playwright Channing Pollock. Especially to their taste is his famed play The Fool, which deals earnestly with a modern clergyman who tried to act like Christ. When Playwright Pollock first got The Fool produced in 1922, critics were not impressed. For three weeks it looked like a failure. Then it found its public, ran for a year on Broadway. Five road companies played it throughout the U. S. for three years. The...

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