The hit of the show went to Adele Rowland, fourth. She did eight numbers, assisted by a pianist. Handicapped by vocal limitations, Miss Rowland easily overcame that obstacle through sheer force of personality and a knowledge of stage technique that embraces a thorough understanding of song delivery. This was best evidenced through her handling of “Nobody Knew,” a semi-dramatic recitative number, and “Apple Blossom Time,” a pop ballad, both widely different in theme and each put over with proper shading and expression.
A special brown drop is used, with an entrance in the center over which is a purple curtain. The color of the drop is not attractive. The pair open with Capitola in a becoming gold and blue gown, and her partner in evening dress.