The Press: Little Accident

The three great organs of the theatrical world are The Billboard, Zit's Weekly and Variety, and the greatest of these is Variety. Into the laps of laymen Variety seldom finds its way. That is just as well, for to the untutored mind its language is almost unintelligible. Yet for professional mummers and mimes Variety is almost as necessary as mascara. Every week actors, cinemactors, pitchmen, tent show performers depend upon its fat pages for information regarding bookings, gossip, scandal, news. To such folk, for instance, the headline NO JOINT. NO TAKE INDOOR...

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