Cast & Crew
Robert G. Vignola
Ethel Hoyt, the only child of wealthy parents, surrounds herself with six young college men and spends her time dancing and dining with them, causing her parents to become alarmed. On her father's birthday, they attend a performance of The Taming of the Shrew in which Ernest Eddison is starred, and Mr. Hoyt decides that Eddison would be just the man to tame Ethel and makes the proper arrangements with the star. After they meet, a friend of Eddison's produces The Sleeping Beauty, and he suggests Ethel for the leading role. She accepts; but at rehearsals she stubbornly insists that her boyfriends be allowed to attend. Eddison gives in, but during the action of the play, he kisses her energetically and she is indignant until he is about to leave her; then, she admits her love for him.