Willa is noted for the artistry of her costumes.
He enters the stage, he is loaded with clothes, but an observer doesn’t realize how well ensconced he is until the third or fourth song or recitation.
Emma twists and turns in a true Hibernian dash.
Miss Carus ambles about the stage to the lilt of some well-rendered songs. She flits about the stage even as fairies of the elfin world.
Miss Carus is showing new gowns at the Colonial. Two look well, and two do not. “A gold and silver gown for the first song is handsome, and a dress consisting of several frills of silver lace and a wide green girdle is very pretty also, but a white suit with a green vest doesn’t look so well, neither does a flowered silk. This latter has two full flounces over the hips of blue chiffon. They make Miss Carus appear too bunchy.”