Theatre: New Plays: Aug. 16, 1926

Nic-Nax of 1926. A fairly engaging band of stagefolk tries to do the Chariot kind of thing. But they have no Beatrice Lillie and they have evidently fooled around at their rehearsals. They are not unlike high school celebrities giving a self-directed benefit, where the footlights falter and every one's pet smart cracks must be respected by all. Music by Gitz Rice, twitching by Irene Olson, genuinely ingenious gyrations by Nat Nazzaro Jr., have some merit. The chastely clad chorus is one of the prettiest units in town.

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