The Theatre: The Best Plays: Oct. 27, 1924

These are the plays wliich, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important:


WHITE CARGO—Approaching its second year of proving that an exile blends with the people he adopts. In this case, the exile is an Englishman; and the people, African natives.

RAIN—Rigorous exposure of alleged missionary methods in the South Seas, with the sympathy pinned on a wandering girl whose profession is ancient if not honorable.

WHAT PRICE GLORY?—That part of France which the Marines salvaged from Germany. Generally accounted the greatest of the...

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