Clemo, Cassels and Bonzai

All opening with a song, the woman follows alone with a ballad, sung in an agreeable voice
The comedian is an exceptionally good stepper, but does not quite catch the right idea of colored comedy. His dancing won a round of applause. The second man does the "societv coon" at the beginning, and later goes into a very ordinary series of acrobatics and contortion, holding the stage by himself for upwards of five minutes.
It would be better if the greater part, if not all this work, were eliminated and the comedy of the act played up more strongly. With their several abilities the three have material capable of development, but the present vehicle will probably not bring them to the front.
Variety 6:3 (06/15/1907)