in an Original Musical Mixture.
Arranged and Presented by EDWARD P. GENN.
DORIS GAMBELL , PAULINE PARRY ,
BARBARA CLEMENTS , MURIEL LEVY , WALTER SHORE, PHILLIP WISE, JOHN HARVEY , ALBERT HASSAL , " HIMSELF."
We Inflict Ourselves Upon the Listener.
Albert Wakes Up.
Phillip Makes Love to Our Pet Soprano. Pauline Gets Rather Restive.
The Producer Hatches a Plot with " Himself " and John.
Muriel Describes " Jane from
Maiden Lane. "
Walter Tries To Remember Things. Doris Breaks Forth Into Song.
AN EXCLUSIVE PEEP BEHIND THE
Phillip Insists on a Little Light Opera.
Some Impersonations by Albert and Others. Muriel Moralises.
The Company Take the Producer's Name
John Sings While We Change the Scenery. Pauline Obliges Again While We Change
" Himself " Intrudes.
Two of the Dicky Sams Have a Bit of a Bother.
The First (and Last) Production of the In-Famous Dreary Lane Meol-Drama , "AN OSCILLATOR'S DOWNFALL," or "THE HETERODYNES'S REVENGE," in Two Wave-lengths and Twenty-one Kill-ocycles. Performed by the Un-named Players. (By kind permission of the Engineers.)
The Dicky Sams Bid You Good-Night !
Dialogue and Sketches written by Edward P. Genn.