Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Jan. 16, 1928

She's My Baby. Beatrice Lillie is reliably considered the funniest woman on the stage; although there is many a funny woman on the stage—and off it. Miss Lillie* gained reputation several years ago when she suddenly burst upon a placid metropolis in Chariot's Revue. She sang serious patriotic songs in a gravely irreverent manner. She did many unusual things with her eyes, voice, hands and strange, straight face which sometimes re minds one of Buster Keaton at his best. She played another Chariot show, and...

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