Caryl Wilbur and Company

The farce develops a neat, although not novel, comedy situation, and swift complications carry it to an amusing climax.

Ross and Fenton

The play of comedy and pathos in the little domestic incident is admirably managed, even to the apt introduction of a song, or “musical soliloquy,” as Mr. Ross calls it, and the semi-dramatic denouement rounds the playlet out splendidly.

The Barabon Troupe

Russian dance troupe. The fact that there are ten people in the troupe of course makes it possible to give the stage an appearance of swift action and whirling color, but the real work of the act is done by the three younger men.