The Eight Madcaps

“The girls are small, very agile, and pretty, and they turn cartwheels, do somersaults, high kicks and jumps, and pinwheels, as well as ballet steps, solo and ensemble numbers. They are very simply gowned in white, with pink tights, but the act does not need dressing to carry it.”
"It went well, and will go bigger to an audience of men."
"the eight girls all come from Munich, and they have the training that is found only in foreign acrobats. They are dancers, but the acrobatic end of their work is so prominent that it is not unfair to number them in that class also."
New York Public Library, Billy Rose Theatre Collection, Robinson Lock