Theatre: New Play in Manhattan: Apr. 10, 1933

The Party's Over (written & produced by Daniel Kusell). The dramatic saga of the Blakeleys is another addition to the rapidly increasing play cycle about family life in New York City. It is not so pungent a narrative as that which described the Hallams of the Upper West Side (Another Language). In their Park Avenue purgatory, the Langdons of A Saturday Night were more urbane. The Rimplegars of Brooklyn (Three-Cornered Moon) still hold the all time record for dulcet insanity. But the Blakeleys, who inhabit a presentable but unspecified sector, amuse at times.

Mother Blakeley's chief concern in life is her connection...

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