These arc the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:
S. S. GLENCAIRNFour early sea stories of Eugene O'Neill done with all the salt and tar and rum that can be collected on a stage.
DESIRE UNDER THE ELMSEugene O'Neill's gruff chronicle of a girl who felt the call of youth stronger than her duty to her ancient husband. Rigid and stony tragedy.
WHITE CARGO Mulatto woman, white man, all alone in Africa. A sombre study in loneliness that has played in Manhattan for more than a year.