A special drop with light effects poorly handled is employed, Miss Butler first appears as an Irish colleen in green dress, afterwards impersonating in succession several stage celebrities er best imitations being those of Rose Stahl and Elsie Janis.
The Murray Hill audience liked her very much, applauding loudly and long.
It seems that Miss Butler ought to attempt impersonations of women only, also work in “two” at the most, and she could close in “one” easily. In one course of time, she should develop a pleasing act of its kind.
Variety 4:2 (04/13/1907)