Ida Fuller

For the opening there is a “girl in the clouds” effect. The mound removed finds the dancers suspended on a wire and a “flying ballet” is shown with many colored lights and lantern effects thrown on a gauze drop. A veil dance in a storm scene follows which reaches the climax of the electrician’s art and brought rounds of applause. The scene is changed here for an elaboration of the old fire dance, which Miss Fuller claims as her own originally and something new is shown. A sort of Mount- esuvius-in -eruption picture is given, the setting being rich and the effect skillfully drawn. The dancer finally mounts one of the hills from which smoke and sparks are thrown, closing with the consuming effect much more elaborate than the
he act scored a big hit here and will no doubt be appreciated on this side
Variety 8:4 (08/24/1907)