The Minneapolis Journal, December 18, 1916, p. 12
"Frivolity Girls" at Unique.
"The Frivolity Girls," with Jane Heston, is the headliner at the Unique the first half of the week. It is the usual musical comedy with a chorus and several singing and dancing numbers. Joseph Simons is prominent in the performance. Joe Flynn's monologue is devoted largely to the high cost of living jest and he scores accordingly. The La Joe trio, consisting of a man and two women, ride several freak machines in a bicycle and unicycle offering. Manning and Lee are singers and chatterers and there is a dog and pony offering in which an attractive girl and a stiltwalking clown are concerned. There are the usual motion pictures.
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