INTERESTING STAGE AFFAIRS BY NORMAN
May:LesIie,:.IVlargueritfe StClakei Selma ManteH-in "Queen of the Moviest"
New YoVk;. Jari, .31. Frank Mo.ul-
anpojses.-.his fountain pen. --' "For
how much -shall 'I. make this check?.",
he inquires-of -Valli-Vajli:--
"For $10,000," 'she replies. .
' "Hm !" comments Mri'Joulan, . "I,
don't think "ther'es. tjiat. much ink in"
theeri!"' '. - ', - . .v.
Again- .Mjss.'Valii. yalll .and,.; Mr.
Moulan, ';My 'djear man;" she T in-,
quires, after cqhsiderable'evasiy.ehess
on Mr. JVIoulan'-ir part,' "hayen't you"
an opinion?" , ' -
"I have a number rof 'opinions"' '.he'
replies, "but jthe'y "are,"ln".my. wifete.
name." . ' "r .'
"The Queen of jthe Mp.vies," atnew
musical come'dypu't' ori' at the GlQbe
Theaterby Tos..Wl Ryley, is full "of
.given" .credit for, turning. out a book
far, above ,the musical comedy average-
j 'The. composer, Jean Gilbert, has
provided a tuneful score, with nn
number, in particular, "Oh, Cecilia,"
; uuai . ww . De wnistiea . ana grapno
: phoned from', coast to coast before
anybody wffl.be. able to stop it. "
; Moulin, Yalli ValU, Alice Dovey,
Eelii Adler and Jeannette Hort'on .are
tie. principals in a well-selected cast.
The .chorus .is a stunning array, and
eight "Powder Puff Girls" dp the live
liest .high-stepping ensemble dance
seen in New "York.in many a day.
, "Sari," adapted from the Hungar
ian jana, gorgeously produced by Hen
ry "VSayage at the Liberty Theater,
isvamusical ;delight Emmerich Kal
man'8''8gQr'g''fnig Jhe e.ar frohrtfur.;
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