Charles Mack & Co.’s Come Back to Erin

The finish is to a slow curtain as the girls sing “Come Back To Erin” to the young Irishman (Mack) departing for America. It puts an artistic period to the playlet.
Mack has a straight part as before and the Irish pipes are brought into play with telling effect. Two dancing girls are involved, Anna Frazer and Ella Bastedo. Both young women look well and dance more than a little, contributing a pretty touch to the sketch.
It is an exquisite bit of character work without show or ostentation but skillful to the last detail.
Variety 5:1 (05/04/1907)