Priests' cassocks and civilian clothes.
This remarkable play ran on Broadway and later was highly successful on the road. "It might surprise you that so much stageworthy drama can be got out of the emotional and conscientious puzzles of a group of Jesuit priests living in their chapter house or that any Broadway audience could be so absorbed in it. . . . The theme is treated with appealing realism and candor ... no other play on Broadway today contains so many distinct personalities." The Stage. This play is of outstanding interest to everyone who at any time has" questioned the validity of faith.