Theatre Notes, Mar. 24, 1923

John Murray Anderson's new musical production, Jack and Jill, just arrived at the Globe Theatre, marks the end of his association with the Greenwich Village Follies. The show boasts a distinguished cast—including Ann Pennington, Leanore Hughes, Georgia O'Eaney, Clifton Webb, Lennox Pawle, Brooks John. In the chorus are a number of young ladies celebrated at least by association—two sisters of Jascha Heifetz, violinist, Richard Bennett's daughter, Edward Locke's daughter.

Soap is in disfavor on the New York stage. In two plays now current—You and I and The Comedian—characters acknowledge for purposes of...

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