Mr. Coccia appears in an Italian character and in a recital lasting about sixty seconds, explains that he has been jilted by a Venetian coquette, who at this juncture happens to stroll in and enters into a conversational love song, followed by a series of novelty and whirlwind dances.
Both are graceful and nimble, showing dexterity and art. Miss Amato is pretty and has much charm. Better surroundings would enhance the value of the act, which could serve well in vaudeville.
Variety 7:1 (07/06/1907)