A. B. C. And D.

The costumes worn by the other girls are dainty, rich and, above all, becoming, but a change could be made for variety.
Four good looking girls, whose voices blend nicely and who dance well enough to carry them through, make up the quartet, calling themselves "A. B. C. and D." Three work straight, while the fourth handles the comedy. The comedy is well enough and should be retained, but better results would be obtained did the commedienne dress "straight" instead of in character make up.
As it is, the audience likes the odd make-up at once and is looking for the comedy at all times, expecting in this way too much.
The young women have hit upon a novel idea, and properly worked out, it will be in demand.
Variety 9:2 (09/14/1907)