Blackface makeup, comic dancing and costumes.
Furniture store stage drop.
Miss Van wears two costumes, opening in white and changing to blue. Both are natty and well selected. Pearce dresses plain and looks good.
Edward Marshall, the chalkologist was an undeniable hit. The Wilson aadience liked him immensely and when he put on the speed in the southpaw maneuvers with the pastel and drew a splendid likeness of the famous George Washington, that put Eddie in solid for the remainder of the week.
Maud Ryan (sometimes called Maudlin) made eight or nine changes, introducing some Parisian outfits that look like a months salary on the “big time.”
On stepping this pair sails along nicely and they have a new closing number – a la Hawaiian – that gives them opportunity.