Theatre: In Chicago

The Miracle. Chicago had its longest coattails pressed, its tallest collars starched. It bought new gowns. It ordered orchids and gardenias. It swept down blustery Michigan Avenue to the Auditorium, entered a cathedral and was struck with awe and wonderment. It found that Karl Volloemer's great pantomime, as presented by Messrs. Comstock and Gest, staged by Max Reinhardt and acted by Lady Diana Manners, Iris Tree and Chicago's own Elinor Patterson, was everything that London and Manhattan had said it was.

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