Theatre: Best Plays in Manhattan: Nov. 12, 1928


STRANGE INTERLUDE—Nine acts of exciting research on the subject of a semi-nymphomaniac's neuroses (TIME, Feb. 13).

MACHINAL—Arthur Hopkins' new star, Zita Johann, as a murderess in Sophie Treadwell's play which should be pronounced Makinal (TIME, Sept. 17).

Civic Repertory Productions—Worthy plays worthily and cheaply presented by Eva Le Gallienne. See especially The Cherry Orchard (TIME, Oct. 29).


GENTLEMEN OF THE PRESS—Five newspapermen who know about newspapers gently telling part of what they know (TIME, Sept. 10).

THE HIGH ROAD—Snubbed by lords and libeled by ladies, a London actress enters the castle and decides,...

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