Your Girl and Mine Not only as an argument for suffrage, but as a play with a story, a "punch" and a mission, "Your Girl and Mine" was produced under the direction of the National American Women's Suffrage Association. Olive Wyndham forsook the "legitimate" stage for the time to pose as the heroine of the play. Katherine Kaelred, leading lady of "Joseph and His Brethren," took the part of a woman lawyer battling for the right. Sydney booth, of "The Yellow Ticket" company, posed as the hero of the experiment. John Charles and Katherine Henry played the villain and the "honest working girl". About three hundred secondaries were engaged along with the principals.