Graham Moffat’s Players

In a Scotch comedy called, “The Concealed Bed,” with a cast of five, three women and two men. As a New York feature, this man’s name is great, being the author of “Bunty Pulls the Strings” and “A Scrape o’ the Pen,” and I presume it would be a novelty all over the circuit, as the players are genuine Scots from Glasgow. Like “Bunty,” “The Concealed Bed” deals with Scotch life. The bed is not an unusual feature of tenement house in Glasgow. Only insofar as it is used as a place of concealment during the course of the play, is it of importance in the amusing situations and development of the plot. The real humor of the story is in the lines and the antics of a couple of comedy characters. The offering is novel and worthy of booking. Twenty-eight minutes, full stage.
University of Iowa, Keith Albee Vaudeville Collection, Manager Reports, 9 September 1912 – 24 February 1913