Dainty Marie 1917
GIVEN A MUSICAL COMEDY FARCE ON THE PA Dainty" Marie, Who Is Claimed to Have an Even More Perfectly Formed Figure Than Annette Annette Kellermann, Is One of the Really Biff Hits of the Show- Great Little Star Swings Out Over the Audience, Fifty Feet in Mid-air, in the Most Marvelous Aerial Feat of Its Kind Ever Attempted. Noted stars, wiiis anil finely share lienors in the new Oliver Morosco big laugh production, "Wlnii Next," which will bo seen al the Bukorsfiold opera house for two nights only, Knlurdny and Sunday, September 29 and .'!(). That linusiuil interest, in being manifested manifested in the coming engagement of this great musical farce is apparent, by the many phone calls already received received by the local management. "What Next" is conceded to be even superior to either "Canary Cottage" or "So Long Letty," its sister plays, and there is no cause for wonder at the great business it is enjoying ovary- where. Never before has Oliver Morosco surrounded one of his big stars with such a wonderful all-star cast of favorites favorites as in "What Next." The big star of the play is the celebrated Blanche Ring, the internationally famous famous musical comedy favorite, who is supported by Charles Winninger, Flanagan Flanagan and JCdwards, "Dainty" Marie, Kvn Fallon, the three Du-For brothers, Al (ierrard and a fargc and beautiful chorus of singing and dancing girls. "What Next," like "So Long Letty" and "Canary Cottage," war. written by Oliver Morosco and Elmer Harris, with music and lyrics by Harry Tier- ncy and Al Bryan. Bryan is univesal- ly recognized as the king of all popular popular song writers. The plot of the piece—there's a " corking good plot to this great musical musical comedy production—concerns the adventures of Mary Brown (Blanche King), who tries to set up a matrimonial matrimonial record all her own and succeeds succeeds in becoming a "trigimist." Effervescent Effervescent joy, humorous lines and situations*, youthful grace and beauty, hilariously funny antics, beautiful futurist futurist settings, costumes beyond description description and about twenty melodies of the whistling kind make the new Mo- roBco musical comedy, farce a thing of joy and just the right kind of paprika paprika polish, blends in with the plot arid production with the above named ingredient^ and the final result will lie to local theatergoers an evening ®0$3< fit "DAINTY" MARIE One of the Big Stars of "What Next," and a Few of the Prize Beauties Who Will Be .Seen With Oliver Morosco's Morosco's Greatest Musical Cociedy Production When it Appears at the Bakersfield Opera House, Saturday and Sunday, September 29 and 30. reminiscent of "Canary Cottage and "So Long Letty." There are many side features of UK- play, but the most notable are probably probably those of the three Du-For brothers brothers and "Dainty" Marie, she of the form divine. Morpsco claims that (he Du-For boys aro without doubt the greatest soft-shoe dancers who over lived and those who have seen them in action enthusiastically support him in this declaration. . Dainty Marie, whom critics say has an even more perfectly formed figure than Annette Kellermann, besides being one of the principals of the t-how performs as a special attraction her marvelous mid-! air aerial feat, in which she swings j by her neck fifty feet in the air out over the audience, which is easily the most wonderful and remarkable aerial feat ever attempted by any other gymnast gymnast or acrobat In America.