THE CRIMSON PLAYGOER -- REVIEWS
MOVIE STARS ON KEITH'S STAGE
Beverly Bayne and Francis X. Bush man head a varied and praiseworthy bill at Keith's this week. Their one-act play, unfortunately, seemed to have for its purpose merely the introduction of the two former movie stars. To be true, there was good acting by all the members of the cast, but they were limited by the play itself.
The playlet was surrounded by many other good acts. Ray Hulling led off with his "clown seal", a wonderfully trained animal. Jack Joyce did several clever one-legged dances, in which his incapacity did not seem to bother him in the least. Lou and Jean Archer sang, danced, and exhibited several beautiful costumes. Mae and Nore Wilton also sing duets; these two possess excellent and well-harmonized voices. Joe Morris and Flo Campbell in their skit. "The Avi-Ate-Her" kept the house in a continuous uproar. Vernon Stiles. "Our Own American can Tenor," sang a number of classical pieces. He well deserved the voluminous applause that he received. Schutl's Royal Wonderetles, a very original marionette ended the effective program.