The August 26 1926 edition of the Toronto Daily Star contained this ad for a live performance:
Louise Glaum (1888-1970) appeared in over 110 movies between 1912 and 1925. After this, she returned to the stage, where she started. She toured the Loew’s Theatre chain with The Sins of Julia Boyd and with The Web, which she wrote herself.
The Sins of Julia Boyd was written by Paul Gerard Smith, who also wrote for the Ziegfeld Follies and for Buster Keaton.