THE REVUE IS always a major undertaking, even for the big and energetic Junior Woman’s Club. Because a director from New York is hired to direct the show, work doesn’t even start until he arrives two weeks before curtain time. Putting together a show in two weeks with mostly an amateur cast is no easy task. Most of those appearing hadn’t been on a stage since the last Revue— if ever.
So one doesn’t go to the Revue with hope of seeing a polished professional production. The goofs are evident. But usually they result in another laugh. Director Lou Kief said he never had to throw together a show in such a hurry.