"LADY IN DANGER"
Max Afford, well known for his j radio plays, has written a well-con- structed three-act comedy-thriller. "Lady in Danger.'' which was pre-
sented at the Independent Theatre on
Well written and full of dramatic
surprise the play deserves the atten- tion of the professional theatre
Miss Doris Fitton s production of . Lady in Danger is the best enter-
tainmenl staged at the Independent
Theatre for several months.
Gwen Plumb (in the title role) and Kenneth Fowles (as a keen crime re-
porter) were outstanding and with James Pratt as the husband) and David Katner (?) (as the detective in- spector) maintained the dramatic
urgency of the second act.
As the urbane Dr Gresham, Norman Haire did not overplay his role
Dorothy Whiteley as the Irish land- lady, rather overplayed her role, but the interpretation was popular.