The Grand Duchess and the Waiter. Elsie Ferguson's appearance is always of extraordinary interest. Last year she did Molnar's Carnival and saw it fail promptly.
From the French of Alfred Savoir her new play is taken. Again she seems to have chosen unwisely.
For yourself you can read the title and figure out the theme. Waiters and grand duchesses are not normally companions. When they are you wonder why. Alfred Savoir attempts to answer the interrogation. Only in one act is his reply amusing.
Basil Rathbone (the tutor in The Swan) gives his usual...