Arrests and Morality in the Richmond Theater Scene of the 1910s 

"Her dance with Mr. Clifford was rather acrobatic, but by no means unusual. The finish was an Arab Whirl." So reads a 1914 Richmond News Leader article detailing the on-stage arrest of performer Evelyn Nesbit Thaw. The officer who took her…

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