Louis Simm, Kathryn Osterman & Company of 10

In the musical farce “A Persian Garden”. 40 Min. Full Stage—own set. To my mind this is by long odds the greatest big acts that I have ever seen in vaudeville. Headed by two great comedy stars and a thoroughly good cast—(10 speaking parts—no chorus) it strikes a comedy pace that keeps the audience in a continuous roar, which is relieved in spots by some beautiful and catchy music. The scene is elaborate and costumes rich. They gave a performance without a hitch and just as smooth as if it had run for an entire season. Here is an act worth making the trip to Baltimore to see.
University of Iowa, Keith-Albee Vaudeville Collection, Manager Reports, 11 December 1911-9 September 1912