The film opens with a number of children playing on a beach with stage and deck chairs set up behind. A sign on the stage reads "White Night To-night", and the players perform without their Pierrot suits and "blackface" make up. They wear trouser suits and mortarboard hats. Performer tap dance and sing one after another. One appears to talk to the audience before breaking into song, tapping his foot along to the musical accompaniment. A group of four performers wave and sing in choreographed unison. "Blackface" performances begin, in which players are dressed in striped Pierrot costumes. Solo performances accompanied by piano and banjo are followed by a group act in which three performers tap dance in unison.