The Theatre: New Plays: Apr. 14, 1924

Nancy Ann. The titular character is a young miss who, in spite of growing up with all the advantages of patrician society, does everything lefthanded. Those advantages include a quartet of berating aunts who are constantly trying to jerk her into a state of perfection. Their nagging accounts for Nancy Ann's state of perennial flutter.

Escaping from her home on the night of her coming-out party, the orphaned niece sets out on a stage career, inspired by her success in dramatic school. Her aunts had opposed such a life, solely because she...

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