Jerry


Jerry
   The comedy by Charlotte Chisholm Cushing opened on 28 March 1914 at the Lyceum, produced by Charles Frohman, and ran for 41 performances. Cushing's earlier comedy Kitty Mackaye had begun its long run only two and a half months before the opening of Jerry, which starred Billie Burke. "Jerry is Billie Burke raised to the nth power, Billie Burke laid on thick, Billie Burke very much overdone. Of course she is altogether charming to look upon," wrote the New York Times reviewer (30 March 1914). Jerry is a modern girl who sets her cap for an older man and goes about winning him.

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