Leaning over Elman, he nodded toward the youth who was still vainly trying to act like a gentleman.
This was his busiest season, and Elman was his most trusted lieutenant.
Looking at us, Elman's pale face lit up with one of his rare and brilliant smiles.
Elman's words fell on her 233 enthusiasm as frost falls on a tree in bloom.
Elman had started for the door on the cue of his valedictory.
I must have, Elman had told me, all my nerve, "and then some."
I saw the company cringe under it, heard Elman's reprimand of Boyce, and his sharp command to begin the scene again.
"But we open in Atlantic City to-morrow night—" began Elman.
But first do rise on your toes, look over the purple plume on the fat woman's hat, and catch one glimpse of Elman's expression!
The little sound seemed to come from a long distance, for the surprise of Elman's announcement had made me dizzy.