15 Mins.; One. Billed as presenting “Life Studies in Prose and Song,: Helena Phillips has somewhat of a novelty in that she really does present life studies in a finished manner. However, the songs might profitably be accentuated, which at present carry the act notably a musicalized recitation of Kipling’s “Danny Deever” which closes. The first half of the time is spent in the usual monologistic anecdotes while the last half is given over to the songs. Here, where Miss Phillips is known locally as Mrs. Chas. E. Evans, she was fairly well received.
Five characters in a Maine drug store, all showing signs of drunkenness.
The drama is the most massive stock production to ever be given in Washington. All seven of the scenes in the five act production are exceptional in regards to the attention to detail.
The production requires a carload of scenery, two motion picture machines and cast numbering twenty-five.