Hazel Ashmore was one of the chorus girls in Mr.
Bluebeard. When she escaped from the Iroquois
Theater December 30, 1903, all she had was her
a dozen girls showed up in his office wearing men's
coats and shoes, Chicago police chief
Francis O'Neill sent officers to the Iroquois to
empty the dressing rooms.
Hazel Ashmore was the
wife of Charles LeWitt, a fellow vaudevillian. The
pair published a song and appeared together in
comedic skits in the early 1900s, their best known
production being, Bold Mr. Timid.
LeWitt eventually became
a director of itinerant films but I was not able to
learn if he and Hazel remained together.
lack of biographical information suggests that
Hazel Ashmore and Charles LeWitt were stage