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Current Attractions

Repertory--"Caesar and Cleopatra", by Bernard Shaw, at 8.15: Reviewed in this issue.

New Park--"Rain", with Jeanne Eagels, at 8.15: We are greatly annoyed at that class of morons which goes to a good show like "Rain", and nes away and giggles about it afterwards.

Copley--"Hay Fever", by Noel Coward, at 8.20. Reviewed in this issue.

Hollis--"The Poor Nut", with Elliott Nugent, at 8.20: We've seen a great many relay races and a great many comedies, and we haven't a single fault to find with "The Poor Nut."

Shubert--"Naughty Riquette" with Mitzi, at 8.00: To be reviewed tomorrow.

Majestic--"The Big Parade", with John Gilbert and Renee Adoree, at 8.15: Shaw may be diverting, Coward may fascinate you, but it remains for "The Big Parade" alone to cut deep into your emotions.

Colonial--"Ben Hur", with Ramon Novarro and lote besides, at 8.15: Reviewed in this issue.

Plymouth--"The Judge's Husband", with William Hodge, at 8.20: We've seen William Hodge in more awful plays than any other actor, and we still like him.

Tremont--"No, No, Nanette", with Julia Sanderson and Donald Brian, at 8.00: Miss Sanderson remarked in a recent interview that she wanted to forsake the musical comedy stage. That seems positively like mind-reading to us.

Wilbur--"Is Zat So?" at 8.00. It still is so, but by now we're heartily sick of the expression.

Castle Square--"Abie's Irish Rose", at 8.15: There's always this little darling waiting for us at the end of the paragraph. Papa can't spank you now, he's busy.

Coming Plays

Tremont--"Naughty Cinderella" with Irene Bordoni, on March 1.

Wilbur--"Aloma of the South Seas", with Mary Ann Dentler, on March 1.

Repertory--"Heartbreak House" by Bernard Shaw, on March 8.

Boston Opera House--Moscow Art Theatre's Musical Studio, presented by Morris Gest.

The Week's Movies

Metropolitan--"Dancing Mothers": Reviewed in this issue.

Fenway--"Seven Sinners", with Marie Prevost and Alice Brook, and "His People", with Rudolph Schildekraut: Reviewed in this issue.

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