Mr. Keogh plays the lead, with Helen Nelson, who wrote the piece, as chief support.
Imitations and comedy.
Some singing and acrobatics. The female acrobats are wearing skirts.
Dresses as a country lout.
The man appears in skirts.
An act involving two performers doing comedy, singing, and opera.
It is an acrobatic specialty, prettily set with a back drop representing a pumpkin field, although a pumpkin here and there on the painted scene resembles a large sized tomato. Mr. Sutton as a bucolic youth is a lively acrobat, but depending more on his ground tumbling. Miss Sutton, good looking and becomingly dressed in tights, is an out and out contortionist.