Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: May 5, 1930

Stepping Sisters is a loudly hilarious farce which concerns itself with the fortunes of three retired burlesque actresses who once carried spears on the Columbia circuit in the days when "it was a privilege to have your picture in the Police Gazette." They meet for the first time in 20 years. It develops that Cecelia ("Sissy") Ramsey (Theresa Maxwell Conover) aspires to a place in Patchogue, L. I., society; that Regina ("Queenie") Chetworth-Lynde (Helen Raymond) has become a Shakespearean; that Rose ("Rosie") La Marr...

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