The Theatre: The Best Plays: Oct. 20, 1924

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


WHAT PRICE GLORY?—The great U. S. War play. Marine and mud and cognac.

CONSCIENCE—A searching performance by Lillian Foster as the girl who buried her morals when her husband went to prison.

WHITE CARGO—Grim disintegration of a man who sentences himself to loneliness among natives of Africa.

THE MIRACLE—Religion put up in wholesale lots by the master chemist of stage spectacle, Max Reinhardt.

RAIN—Jeanne Eagels proving that the ways of God to woman cannot always be justified.

COBRA—A sounding melodrama, recalling...

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