- Up in Mabel's room
- Wilson Collison and Otto Harbach's three-act farce opened on 15 January 1919 for 229 performances at the Eltinge Theatre, produced by A. H. Woods. Among the first of a long series of "sex comedies," Up in Mabel's Room has a simple plot involving the efforts of Garry Ainsworth, an awkward new husband, to retrieve a bit of lingerie he gave to his ex-girlfriend, Mabel Es-sington. Hoping to spare his wife Geraldine any embarrassment, he goes to Mabel's apartment and spends considerable effort to retrieve the garment while contending with a number of unwanted arrivals of friends and family. This slight comedy proved remarkably durable in stock and amateur productions, and spawned motion picture versions in 1926 and 1944.
The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater. James Fisher.
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