Theatre: In St. Louis

Bluest of St. Louis blues are those which in recent years have beset that city's theatre managers. Long have St.

Louis audiences been notoriously sparse and cool. During the 1927 Christmas season, one of the two legitimate theatres in St. Louis harbored Abie's Irish Rose. The other one was empty. But this summer St. Louis feet will tap to the rollicking rhythms of several syncopated operettas, including Rainbow, Funny Face, The Five O'Clock Girl, Sally, Peggy Ann, Tell Me More, Here's Howe. These diversions, all but two of them new to St. Louis,...

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