In her first week Elsie Faye, formerly of Lynn and Faye, is singing, dancing and changing costumes, having the aid of two very young boys, the smaller of whom is much the better dancer, although it is the general appearance of the act which wins the approval of the house.
Miss Faye looks well, wears nice clothes and sings three songs, the first “Sweet Marie Snow.”
The boys ought to be instructed to give less attention to the audience and more to the matter in hand, in their case dancing, as the singing does not prominently figure. The newness of the act was very noticeable, even to the wooden shoes of the youngsters, and this may have had an effect on their dance steps.
Variety 4:1 (04/06/1907)