Lucas & Inez
adagio dancers / 1920s
- Buffalo (NY) Enquirer / 2-15-1921 (pg.9) -
- Calgary (Canada) Herald / 12-3-1921 (pg.25) -
- Edmonton (Canada) Journal / 12-6-1921 (pg.11) -
- Los Angeles (CA) Evening-Express / 1-24-1922_pg.27) -
- Chicago (IL) Tribune / April 2, 1922 (pg.2) -
- San Francisco (CA) Chronicle / February 25, 1923 (pg.6) -
Strangely, some of the clippings bill this couple as "stunt aerialists" and others as "adagio dancers.
I'm guessing that wherever their aerial equipment couldn't be used, they performed a dance act instead.
Fort Wayne (Indiana) News & Sentinel; Saturday - November 22, 1919 (pg.12) - listed at the Palace Theatre)
Bakersfield Californian; January 22, 1927 (pg.7) - Five Super-Acts Hip Bill Today -Lucas-Inez, Dancing Revue, Head Program of Novelties
Lucas and Inez, famous West Coast super-feature attraction in "An Art Classic Adagio" head today and tonight's
great five-act program at the Hippodrome Theatre. This attraction, said to be among the highest paid on the
newly-organized West Coast vaudeville units which are booked in 30 of the largest California cities, is remarkable
for its beauty and artistry. The team just returned from a foreign tour where it played the largest cities in
Europe, and it appeals to the finest instincts of every nationality and race.
Tulare Theatre / Opening Night Program / March 18, 1927
Keith's Theatre vaudeville / Cleveland, OH (1920)