"BOSTON, MASS.—Keith's has another big spectacular production even more elaborate than that which ran so long last season, and which
was splendidly received by an Invitation audience at a dress rehearsal. The preparations have been made by Captain C. W. Eddy,
and forty girls —not ordinary chorus girls, but society maidens from Boston and suburbs— take part. There is a parade of nations,
a Venetian flower dance, and a drill of white hussars, and the originality and spontaneity of the production were much praised."
Boston Post; September 29, 1901 (pg.15&16)
Boston Post; October 14, 1901 (pg.5)
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