Edwin Keough and Company

There are four scenes, two of which are real. The first, “Cove of Cork” is a pretty setting. “The Dungeron of the Concergerie Paris” is where the dramtic action occurs. Robespierre become panic stricken at the warnings on the cell wall and sees visons of victims who tell him his time has come.
There is some comedy at the opening when Miss Nelson as a widow trys to get Keough as Cornelius O'Rourke to propose. Miss Nelson sings "The Last Rose of Summer" but neither her voice or the song fit the scene.
"A Bit of Blarney" by Helen Nelson
Several curtain calls given
The sketch should be shortened.
Variety, 3:3 (21/4/1906)