“Dances of the Cities.”

17 Mins.; Full Stage. An elaborate dancing act in which the steps of old time, as well as the modern are demonstrated in an artistic environment. The stage is set with a huge gilt frame and the dancers appear as in a picture. Each dance is named for a city, and each city represented by an electric-lighted drop. The cities are New Orleans, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Antonio, Boston, New York, a suburban locality, and Washington, the latter showing an elaborate picture of Uncle Sam Columbia, the North, the South and other symbolic figures. Laughlin and Shaw are featured. The costumes are fresh and new, the dances well executed and the act looks good for the best time. It is produced by Boyle Woolfolk.
Variety, Volume XXXVI, no.12, November 21, 1914