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Colonial at 8.10--"Billie". Another Cohan show. Good clean fun for all ages.
Copley at 8.30--"The Whispering Gallery". The also whisper downstairs at this, which is a good thriller. Has just been put on in New York, too.
Majestic at 8.15--"The War Song". Reviewed today.
Plymouth at 8.20--"The Jealous Moon". To be reviewed tomorrow.
Shubert at 8.15--"Greenwich Village Follies". Something was once said anent Dr. Rockwell which didn't meet with universal approval, but he is very funny just the same. An ordinary revue made by the atrocious humor supplied.
Wilbur at 8.10--"The Trial of Mary Dugan". The original court room play and better than most.
Shubert, next Monday--"Manhattan Mary", or rather Ed Wwnn in that piece. One of the world's simplest people.
Majestic, March 4--"Chauve-Souris". The rotund Balieff imports his puppets for a new tour. Very entertaining the first time.
Metropolitan -- "Redskin". In which the dust bites another Indian.
Loew's State--"The Flying Fleet". Ramon Novarro in something to do with naval aviation.
Olympia and Fenway--"The Wolf of Wall Street". George Bancroft in a talkie about the menagerie. You know,--the bulls, bears, sheep etc.
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