Just why Agnes Lynn carries a company, and just why she has a special drop with holes cut in for the heads of the "company" could not be discovered. One is used for an Indian cigar sign in the first number, and he was about as poor an Indian as the wooden original. He also sang a chorus of the last selection, with his head through a hole in the drop. There were eight or ten other heads protruding, but about all they did were to protrude.
The whole affair simply amounts to Miss Lynn doing a single singing turn, and she is not capable of it. The present" offering should be shelved. It might be advisable to try a couple of dancing boys.
Variety 8:3 (08/17/1907)