Appeared (as "Mrs. Wallingford Grafter") in "Hokey-pokey" / "Bunty, Bulls and Strings" [koint production]. Both productions directed by Gus Sohlke. Broadway Theatre: 8 Feb 1912-11 May 1912 (108 performances/total for both productions). (1) "Hokey-pokey" (1912). Special production. Music by John Stromberg
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He was a little general - Tony Pastor. His hair was black, so was his mustache which was waxed and rolled into straight, fierce points. Knowing now what I do about hairdressers' secrets, I am inclined to believe that Tony aided nature in the glossy blackness of his hair and mustache. [He] was always dressed with exquisite taste, wherever you found him. His manners were suave and distinguished, ...
America's foremost singing star of operettas in the 1890's and a celebrated star of burlesque in early 1900's. Appeared on Broadway from 1883. The daughter of newspaper publisher Charles E. Leonard and a noted feminist of the period, Cynthia Leonard, Lillian achieved fame as much for her flamboyant lifestyle as for her performances.