The Theatre: New Plays: Aug. 25, 1924

Dancing Mothers—The first play of the season will irritate a lot of people considerably owing to its insistent cheapness and will impress them none the less by its aggressive drama and abnormal ending.

For two acts, the people act just about as all people act in the first two acts of a flapper comedy. The daughter of the house enters carrying a high alcoholic content acquired at a Manhattan bachelor's apartment. The father of the house philanders with females of whom his wife, up to the time her good friend Mrs. Mazareen tells her about...

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