By 1911 Errol had graduated to the New York big time in the 1911 Ziegfeld Follies on Broadway, notably
in two skits with the legendary Bert Williams. Errol's sister, Leda Errol (née Sims) was a personal
friend of Ziegfeld Follies star Fanny Brice, and she appeared with him in the Ziegfeld Follies doing
one and two act plays. He appeared every year in the Follies through 1915, when he is also credited
as director of the show that included W.C. Fields, Ed Wynn, as well as Marion Davies as one of
the Ziegfeld Girls.
While balancing vaudeville appearances and a dozen Broadway shows, like the original 1920 production
of Jerome Kern's Sally, in 1919 Errol achieved the pinnacle of vaudeville success: headlining at the Palace.
B.F. Keith's Theatre / Washington, DC / Vaudeville Program / March 15, 1920