Theatre: Best Plays in Manhattan, Jun. 3, 1935

Anything Goes. Victor Moore as Public Enemy No. 13, with Cole Porter music.

Awake and Sing! The agonies of a family in The Bronx, by Clifford Odets, whose Waiting for Lefty is also something to see.

The Children's How. What happens when a fiendish little girl really applies herself to disrupting a boarding school.

The Petrified Forest. Robert Sherwood's melodrama, wherein Leslie Howard arranges to have himself shot by a fugitive gangster.


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