From The Era 8 December, 1938.
Take Heed. Arts. December 6. Leslie Reade’s play, which was performed on a Sunday night about four years ago, is just as topical as if it had been written yesterday. The appalling treatment of Jews by Nazi Germany is shown in a simple, but unforgettably poignant, way. The present production is extremely well acted and produced. Selma Vas Dias gives a moving performance as the tragic Jewess, and Alan Napier plays her German husband with a quiet sincerity which is very effective. It is a thousand pities that its audience must remain so limited.