Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Dec. 3, 1928

A Play Without a Name. Upon that familiar pattern, the triangle, Austin ("Seventh-Heaven") Strong has superimposed a less readily recognizable, fourth-dimensional figure. It consists of a strong-interlusive plotting of the working of the human brain.

Kenneth MacKenna is a young husband, out to make good in the financial world. To him and to Peggy Wood, his ambitious wife, an appointment to the German office of his firm symbolizes success second only to an appointment to the Shanghai branch. On the day before the appointment is to be announced he resigns his position, feeling that...

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