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Current Attractions

Tremont--"The Dove", with Holbrook Blinn and Judith Anderson, at 8.15. Reviewed in this issue.

Copley--"The Young Person in Pink", at 8.30. Reviewed in this issue.

Hollis--"Seventh Heaven," Produced by John Golden at 8.15. "A clean comedy," containing a girl who hadn't been good' and an atheist.

Majestic--"The Big Parade", with John Gilbert and Renee Adoree, at 8.15. If you haven't seen this twice everyone is two up on you.

Colonial--"Ben Hur", with Ramon Navarro, at 8.15. Even the Metropolitan lobby cost less than this film, but what of it?

Shubert--"Captain Jinks," with Ada May, at 8.15. Typical musical show, plus Ada May, a horse, and two dogs--all of them alive.

Repertory--"The Circle", by Somerset Maugham, at 8.15. Like a dog chasing its tail, this doesn't get anywhere.

Wilbur--"Aloma of the South Seas" with Mary Ann Duitter, at 8.15. If this is a true picture of the South Seas, you can get the atmosphere by reading a medical treatise on sex.

Plymouth "The Judge's Husband" with William Hodge, at 8.20. The comedy is about as obscure as the legal points.

Castle Square "Able's Irish Rose", at 8.15. If you missed the special Lenten prices, you can make your reservations nor next spring.

Coming Plays

April 12--"Easy Come, Easy Go," it the New Park. A comedy starring Otto Kruger and Victor Moore.

April 13--"The Wild Duck" at the Repertory. Second return engagement of Ibsen's piece. Ruth Taylor takes Blanche Yurka's place.

April 19--"The Kiss in the Taxi," it the Wilbur. Janet Beecher and Arthm Byron in a gay comedy.

April 19--"The Little Minister," at the Repertory, Pog Fatwistle in the Maude Adams part.

April 19--"Andrew Takes a Wife," it the Copley. William Cotton's comedy for the first time anywhere.

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