Theatre: New Plays: Sep. 22, 1924

Vanities. The second edition of this revue, which threatens to become an annual, went to press with a great deal of shouting; but when the opening audience read the proofs, their reactions were divided. It was agreed that Earl Carroll had crowded a chaotic beauty into his production that would be hard to match but that his search for mirth and music had been less successful. Joe Cook is again the headlined humorist, but somehow his new material does not make up into so effective a garment of...

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