Danny Kaye returned to White Roe for multiple summers to work as a “tummler”—a person hired to keep resort guests entertained in between events through comedic antics. During the summer of 1932, Kaye joined up with the dance duo Dave Harvey and Cathleen Young. Adding Kaye to their routine allowed them to expand their repertoire to more comedic areas because he acted as a clownish character. “The Three Terpsichoreans” were a hit at White Roe, and in the fall of 1933 they joined a vaudeville tour and traveled across the country. Their success on the road led the trio to join La Vie Paree, a touring vaudevillian revue of more than seventy-five performers that was booked on a trip to Asia. This exposure to new cultures would prove seminal in the development of Kaye’s many characters as well as his comfort on stage.